For CIOs looking to boost productivity, finding balance is key

02/7/2014 | CIO.com

The modern chief information officer has a plate full of responsibilities, but one of the most important is keeping teams focused and adequately motivated to ensure they're working with the highest level of productivity. Technology executives say that may seem straightforward, but it requires the right balance between complete autonomy and micro-management. Experts say CIOs can help productivity by cutting unnecessary reporting and oversight requirements, and although it's important to powwow regularly with staff, too many meetings can be counterproductive.

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