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Mario Devargas

Strategy

The dipsuchos CIO – design or systems thinking?

We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein Living in a hybrid world, powered by the internet across all geographical boundaries right...

CIO

Two faces of Oedipus – Symbiont CIO/CTO!

“Symbiotic Relationship – We all are part of a life cycle… a journey together with relations that are both seen and unseen” – Ric Scalzo: Founder, Gaia Herbs   It is unclear who within...

CIO

CIO Leadership – does it exist?

Are all CIOs leaders or followers? Does it matter where the CIO sits in an organisation to be a leader within that organisation?  Can you learn to be a CIO Leader?   These are questions that I have heard for a long time in my career.  As a seasoned CIO I ask myself them constantly – am I a leader or a follower?  The answer is not easy as it depends on your personal journey through the professional career you have chosen and within the context of the organisations you have worked for.  In some organisations I was a leader, in others I was a followers while in others I was both – schizophrenic or what!

CIO

Conversations with a CIO – Delivering Value

“… seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another, and feeling with the heart of another.” Alfred Adler   Technology vs. Outcomes The difficulties faced by many CIOs are greater...

CIO

Conversations with a CIO – Think Outcomes, not Technology

We keep hearing that technology is changing the world.  This is true.  Everything changes, and to survive continual change is a fundamental requirement of all businesses.  Consequently, describing how changes in technology can make the difference to a business is a fundamental requirements for CIOs, but they must explain it in business language.  This means that CIOs need to understand their company’s business culture and environment before determining the best approach to solving organisational issues.

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