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The early days of IT leadership can be overwhelming if you're not equipped with a plan. But how do you put together a plan if you’re entirely new to the job or to this organization? What you need is a high-level framework for your first one hundred days.

Info-Tech Research Group interviewed IT leaders – from managers to CIOs – on their transitions into leadership roles. Research findings revealed that effective IT leaders used a personal strategic plan to structure their early days in their positions. Coverage in this note includes:

  • Dividing your first one hundred days into 30 or 40 day blocks.
  • What to do in each block.
  • Managing your personal time.

Follow this one-hundred day guide to ensure that you position yourself as a credible IT leader with a voice at the table.

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Published: November 18, 2009
Last Revised: November 18, 2009


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