CIO weekly wrap-up: CIO mistakes, qualities of a good leader and ITIL

In a few hours, I’ll be bound for Chicago to learn more about IT services and sourcing, but don’t think I would leave you without your weekly wrap-up of CIO content! Check out the latest pieces to run on by clicking the links below:

CIO management mistakes that can harm CIO careers, cause IT failures – Are you an effective CIO or senior IT leader, or are you poised for failure because you’ve made one of these mistakes? Here are eight things you might need to change before it’s too late.

Do you have the qualities of a good leader? Test your leadership IQ – The qualities of a good leader transcend industry, organization and circumstance. Do you know what it takes to be a good leader in IT? Take our quiz and find out.

Maturing an ITIL strategy beyond incident, problem, change management – Some ITIL implementations stall once IT gets incident, problem and change management under control. Here’s what ITIL practitioners advise to keep driving benefits and maturity.

ITSM and ITIL best practices for process improvement – ITSM and ITIL processes continue to gain traction in enterprises as CIOs seek to cut costs and increase efficiencies through business process improvement. Learn more in this guide, our latest CIO briefing.

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