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Martha Heller, of Heller Search Associates and Founder of the CIO Executive Council, continues to have her finger on the proverbial pulse of IT Leadership recruiting and has encapsulated what companies want and need in hiring effective CIOs in today’s modern, fast-moving, ever-changing marketplace. Her new book, Be The Business – CIOs in the New Era of IT is a How-To-Be-A-Great-CIO Guide for experienced and on-the-rise CIOs to play a better game and be ahead of the needs of the entire business.
Old world CIOs focus on the support of the business. In today’s digital landscape, effective CIOs are taking a lead role at the executive team table and need to be integrated into the goals of marketing, finance, legal, sales and human resources. IT is no longer about support…it IS the business. And Martha instructs CIOs how to be the business in her new book, Be The Business – CIOs in the New Era of IT.
Martha has interviewed 40 Top CIOs to offer the insight on how technology has shifted to be the crux of every business function and how a CIO is not an idea generator on how to use IT to ensure corporate goals are realized. She capitalizes on her decades of executive recruiting and journalism expertise to outline what high performing CIOs are doing to be attractive to the top employers around the globe.
I highly recommend this book for any CIO with experience looking to up their game or aspiring CIOs who want the short cut to advancing their career.
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Author of Be the Business: CIOs in the New Era of IT (Bibliomotion 2016)
Martha Heller is president of Heller Search Associates, an executive search firm that specializes in IT leadership positions nationwide across all industries. Her first book, The CIO Paradox: Battling the Contradictions of IT Leadership (2012) has become a must-read for IT executives at all levels, and established Heller as one of the most respected voices in the technology industry. Martha has been a contributing writer on CIO.com since 1999, and in 2004 she founded the CIO Executive Council, CIO magazine’s professional organization for CIOs. As a highly sought after public speaker, Martha has appeared at the National Retail Federation, the Technology Business Management Council, Harvard University, ServiceNow, and Cisco. She is on the selection committee for the CIO 100 awards and the TBM awards. Martha received a B.A. in English from Hamilton College and an M.A. in English from SUNY Stony Brook. She lives in Westborough, Massachusetts with her husband, two daughters, and her beloved little dog.