IT Management Slideshow: The CIO Insight 2011 Fall Reading List
By Dennis McCafferty | Posted 09-19-2011
Fall is back-to-school time, and that means it's time to hit the books. But first, take this mini self-evaluation: Do you regret being a perfectionist? Do you wish you could improve your grasp of visual skills? Would you like to expand your management or leadership capabilities? Our fall reading list has you covered. We've handpicked 12 books that address a wide range of topics relevant to the performance of CIOs and other senior managers. Among subjects covered: recognizing the value of intuition, establishing trust and managing how technology users impact your organization. Our authors include a host of business leaders, an expert in graphics and visual thinking, and even a Harvard Medical School instructor who is a leading expert on obsessive-compulsive disorder. A link for more information about each book is included in the html field above each slide. Keep in mind that publishing dates are always subject to change.
The CIO Insight 2011 Fall Reading List
The Perfectionist's Handbook: Take Risks, Invite Criticism, and Make the Most of Your MistakesBy Jeff SzymanskiJohn Wiley & Sons / September 2011Perfectionism helps many people succeed in business. The secret to success is in understanding when this trait works for you, and when it stands in your way.
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