My last 3 weeks have been amazing. After my decision to return to a corporate job and in a completely unfamiliar domain, I have been having a ball. On my first day of work, I gathered every bit of 19 years of my work experience in the banking and financial services domain, locked it firmly in a box and walked into my new organization with butterflies in my stomach. I joined the Interglobe Group as their Group CIO. Interglobe is in the travel, aviation , hospitality and retail business with plans to enter the education domain. This is completely unrelated to the domain experience I have carried so far, or rather enriched myself with ( as per my resume – what crap!).
This article discusses the barriers to successful executive transition and way to overcome them.
Managing Executive Transitions is a handbook for organizations that face or are going through an executive transition.
This article discusses the transition of executives from large to small corporations and presents a framework to help evaluate each candidate’s “fit” in the smaller organization.
Do you know the route to the top? Learn from others who did make it to the top.
This excellent paper presents a game plan for CIO’s first 100 – actually 120 – days.
Let’s face it: CIOs do find themselves looking for a job more frequently than employees. Some manage their transition well and land new opportunities quickly. The others need to read this article!