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Kraynak, P. ; Info724 Ltd., Plymouth Meeting

If you want to transform the business and cause a dramatic improvement for the enterprise, you’ll need to start by truly transforming your IT life cycle. It’s easy to believe that IT is truly reinventing itself by hiring new people, installing new tools, or with a new methodology. However, providing transformational leadership starts with the leadership itself along with the development of the three core competencies of Strategy, Solutions, and Implementation. They should be put into practice as concurrent activities because the “new IT you” will not be sustainable if your organization accomplishes these activities only one time. Your job in IT leadership is to develop all three competencies in your organization by cultivating the necessary skills and techniques, and then to cause each of them to happen continuously and concurrently. When these changes become the new habits of the organization, you are on the path to true transformation.

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IT Professional  (Volume:PP ,  Issue: 99 )