All posts tagged CIO Skills

CIO100 – A thank you to a few people

For the last five years I have been part of the CIO100, that is something I am extremely proud of. The role of CIO is something I believe passionately in and to be part of this group, to achieve membership to this rag-tag group of pioneers, leaders, misfits and general try hard, mean well human Read the full article…

eHealth Policy & Law in Ireland

The blog article below was originally published in the European Journal of eHealth law and Policy, it is a longer blog article than normal for here but may be a good reflection of the current situation in Ireland and what we are trying to do and how we are going about it… The concept of Read the full article…

The first twenty percent of initiation…

There are plenty of articles and books that give a great deal of advice about starting a new job. First 90 Days by Michael Watkins and the Gartner First 100 Days were great preparation reads for me moving to my new role in Ireland. Now I am more than 20% into that first period of Read the full article…

The butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker…

The butcher, the baker and the candlestick-maker – or in this case, the educator, the shop owner, the mechanic and the know-it-all – were in discussion at the recent UK CIO 100 event. (As an aside no one has worked out what a collective noun for CIOs is, although suggestions have included a ‘wally’ of Read the full article…