Women Chief Information Officers in Higher Education: Voices from the Field

Women Chief Information Officers in Higher Education: Voices from the Field

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The findings should be of interest to information technology divisions within higher education institutions as they consider designing and implementing programs to assist women aspiring to leadership roles. An awareness of the opportunities and obstacles of prospective employees may inform recruitment and retention efforts for the institution. The findings may also help institutional officials to recognize factors characterizing women higher education information technology leaders and to consider recommendations for enhancing the work environment for these women leaders. Women seeking such positions will benefit by having an understanding of the experiences of current women CIOs.And I think ita#39;s unfortunate but true, that replacing somebody that has their primary strength of customer service is probably a ... (W)e did a salary study comparing us to some of the other organizations in town . . . and our help desk people areanbsp;...


Title:Women Chief Information Officers in Higher Education: Voices from the Field
Author: Marilyn J. Ziesman Drury
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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