Do you drive the employees under your management really hard until they achieve your department’s goals? Do you value workers only for their accomplishments? Do you prefer participative form of management where individuals are free to develop and contribute solutions to a problem?
As an IT leader, your management style has a huge impact on the self-esteem of your team members and the success of your department.
In this month’s issue of Computing Canada, we take a look at how successful IT leaders employ their own management style in tackling day-to-day challenges as well as achieving their company’s long term goals.
Ron Stinson, CIO of Vancouver-based visual effects house Rainmaker Entertainment, tells ITWC writer Danny Bradbury why he treats each person as a subject matter expert in their particular area of responsibility.
Stephen Eyre, director of Telus’ Internet of Things partner ecosystem, explains why fear and strong hand tactics may get results in the short term but tend to undermine productivity.
Satyamoorthy Kabila, director of national security at the Conference Board of Canada, discusses why chief security officers should employ a new discipline called “strategic foresight” to deal with today’s security threats.
You’ll find out about these topics and more in the latest edition of Computing Canada