Most companies can survive challenging times when their employees are resilient, creative, and have the benefit of emerging technologies.
- By Rohn Kim - SVP and CTO – Merck
The key to effective communication is simplicity. It is critical for leaders to clearly convey key messages to establish themselves as reliable during uncertain situations.
- By Bernard Yee - Regional President, Asia Pacific and Canada - AT&T Global Services
Communicating extensively and transparently is all that it takes to instil a sense of credibility and trust in the leadership team.
The ability to clearly communicate ‘the why’ behind the actions we take or a strategy we establish is critical to create a strong alignment and engagement with employees.
- By Asad Siddiqui - Head of Business, Technology and Operations – Asana
Communicating effectively, showing compassion, demonstrating confidence, being consistent and clear are the wheels that drive trust.
- By Jill Kouri- CEO - HCL Technologies
“The way to keep innovating through disruption is to go on the offensive, even while acting defensively.”
“Upskilling your staff to be able to drive your AI transformation is the key to success for any organization aspiring to become an AI company.”
“Data democratization can be the trampoline to help businesses jump over the hurdles on their way to become a data-driven organization.”
“I think the CIO has always been a change agent, and it’s no different now. Our job is still to bring new technology to light and facilitate change. What is different is that the velocity of change and the depth and breadth of the technology we oversee as it continues to expand.”
It’s important that you don’t have half of the team three miles ahead of the others, so you make sure you’re evenly paced.”
By giving one person authority to look after and optimize an entire process, we were able to speed up integration substantially for some of our most important workstreams.