Sue Schade, MBA, LCHIME, FCHIME, FHIMSS, is a nationally recognized health IT leader. She recently launched a new healthcare IT advisory firm, StarBridge Advisors, with two colleagues, David Muntz and Russ Rudish.
By Sue Schade 02:06 pm September 06, 2016
I was fortunate to work with an excellent executive coach several years ago. He helped me gain new insight into who I am and how I lead. I am a much better leader as a result of our year-long work together. And I periodically reconnect with him now to bounce around ideas when going through major transitions.
By Sue Schade 11:19 am August 12, 2016
People often ask me how I find time to write a weekly blog with a big, busy CIO job. I tell them all the same thing – it’s a discipline.
By Sue Schade 09:57 am August 08, 2016
“You need to go beyond puppies and rainbows.” That’s the advice this week from a search firm expert. I’m part of the search committee for the new president of a non-profit organization where I am a board member. The search expert was telling us to go deeper in our questioning.
By Sue Schade 03:56 pm July 25, 2016
It’s been 3 months since the IT leadership team here launched a visual management board and started a thrice-weekly huddle. Since then, we have made numerous adjustments to improve our process.
By Sue Schade 12:23 pm July 05, 2016
Many organizations have a Project or Program Management Office (PMO). If not at an organization wide level, at least within the IT department. There are different models.
By Sue Schade 12:14 pm June 28, 2016
My fourth grandbaby was born this week. I helped out by taking care of his 19 month old big sister while his parents were at the hospital.
By Sue Schade 01:19 pm June 17, 2016
This week we all grieve for the families and victims in Orlando.
By Sue Schade 03:44 pm May 26, 2016
Our quarterly IT Town Hall was this week. It’s a chance to bring all staff together, welcome new employees, and recognize promotions and special individual accomplishments.
By Sue Schade 11:21 am May 13, 2016
Picture this. One of your IT leaders tells you they have been pulled into a project by a senior executive; they are trying to figure out who in IT owns it. You tell them that another of your leaders owns it. They are working out the specific issues with yet another leader. The first person says it’s still not clear.