Articles By Gary Davenport

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CIO leadership fundamentals part 3: Building core capabilities

One of the most important objectives for any CIO is to build core based capabilities for their own organization to...

March 20th, 2015 Gary Davenport
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CIO leadership fundamentals part 2: Relationships do matter

This is the second in a series of short blogs on the CIO basics from a practitioner perspective. First up...

February 20th, 2015 Gary Davenport
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CIO leadership fundamentals part 1: Strategy comes first

In an attempt to provide more direct insights into the world of the CIO from a layman’s perspective, here is...

January 29th, 2015 Gary Davenport
IT leadership strategy business meeting

European and Canadian CIOs – challenges and opportunities in the new year

On behalf of the CIO Association of Canada, I had the pleasure of attending the annual EuroCIO conference in Brussels...

January 12th, 2015 Gary Davenport
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CIO Award Winners: what does it take?

In a world where negative stories about IT project failures seem to dominate the top headlines, it is great to...

December 3rd, 2014 Gary Davenport
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One CIO’s leadership beliefs

What do you believe in? Does your team know what to expect from you? Have you clearly communicated your expectations?...

December 1st, 2014 Gary Davenport
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CIOs and suppliers: Making the most of the relationship

Anyone who has been a CIO will tell you that a significant amount of time is spent managing relationships with...

November 21st, 2014 Gary Davenport
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CIO career strategy: Managing for success

Well you finally made it. After much hard work and personal sacrifices you are now a CIO. Congratulations and good...

November 17th, 2014 Gary Davenport
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CIOs and CEOs: What does success look like from a leadership perspective?

Have you heard this old joke before? "What does CIO stand for? Answer: Career Is Over." With the constant churn...

September 26th, 2014 Gary Davenport