- CIOs face various time management challenges, including juggling multiple responsibilities, and interruptions and finding a balance between internal and external stakeholder interactions.
- CIOs face challenges prioritizing and splitting their time across different activities throughout the week.
- CIOs struggle to strike a balance between maintaining stability and embracing disruptive innovation.
Embrace data-driven insights to improve your overall time management skills. Providing more value to the business starts with little practices like:
- Spending time with the right stakeholders and focusing on the right priorities.
- Evaluating which meetings are important and productive.
- Benchmarking yourself against your peers in the industry so you constantly learn from them and improve yourself.
By delving into time management approaches, successes, and setbacks, you can strategically shape your time allocation to steer IT operations and performance more effectively.
Impact and Result
- Prioritize stakeholder interactions and engagements based on strategic importance and business impact.
- Implement more automation toward day-to-day related tasks to allocate time toward reactive and proactive tasks.
- Allocate time for exploring emerging technologies and trends and engaging with external IT leaders to drive positive change and enhance IT satisfaction within the organization.