CIOs` Favorite Picks of 2007

By Brian P. Watson  |  Posted 12-26-2007
BOOKS

  • Fall Reading for IT Managers
    The fall's must-reads include books on management, strategy and practical expertise.

  • Editors' Picks: The Best Books of 2007
    Our editors picked the most thought-provoking books of the year.

  • Five Insightful Management Books
    A collection of works that can help CIOs manage more effectively and avoid common mistakes.

    CAREERS

  • 6 Key Skills CIOs Seek in Entry-Level Workers
    CIOs want younger workers who not only have the tech know-how, but also intangible skills like ethics and communications.

  • Gender Gap: Why Men and Women Leave IT Jobs
    Better pay, the chance to learn and problems with supervisors are the most common causes of defection.

  • Pitfalls with Solutions for Aspiring CIOs
    A look at the most common obstacles to climbing the ladder, with insights on how to overcome them.

    LEADERSHIP

  • Climbing the Ladder: Top 11 Jobs Held by CIOs
    Besides the normal techie roles, CIOs have gained experience in project management, business and consulting.

  • Top 10 Management Concerns of CIOS
    IT chiefs continue to strive for recruiting and retaining the best talent while boosting business skills and aligning strategy with operations.

  • Cutting IT Labor Costs: Pros and Cons
    An analysis of how IT managers cut costs, and the benefits and shortfalls behind the moves.

    MANAGEMENT

  • Ten Most Valuable Vendors
    Our annual Vendor Value research reveals the tech providers IT executives value and rely upon most.

  • The Seven Roles of Highly Effective CIOs
    A mix of technologist, strategist and leader make up the best of the best in IT management.

  • 10 Proven Incentives to Recruit and Retain IT Pros
    Looking to keep your best IT people on board? Check out these methods.

    PEOPLE/TRENDS

  • The Top 100 CIOs
    Editors from CIO Insight, Baseline and eWeek compiled a list of the best leaders in the IT business.

  • The Most 100 Influential in IT
    A look at the people who shaped the development of IT and have the greatest impact on its future.

  • Top IT Trends for 2008
    We asked CIOs what they expect in the coming year. See what they said.