5 Underappreciated Skills For Leading Digital Transformation
The Enterprisers Project, August 7th, 2019
August 7, 2019,
Volume 257, Issue 1

Let's talk about the power of a well-placed question - and other underrated skills for leaders doing digital transformation work

"In 2006 I got my first job in IT, running a support team and a software testing team. I didn't have a technology background: In fact, I changed majors from computer science to math after just one semester of college. I remember that I would sit in team meetings and nod along as projects were described and software development plans were made. And then, immediately following, I would grab a trusted friend, head to a private office, and get them to explain it all to me. People who advanced in IT in 2006 were those who understood all about the bits and bytes, network speed and databases, storage arrays and HTML - all the things that were foreign to me..."

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