A Role Model of IS Leadership (Invited Presentation)

@inproceedings{McLean2003ARM,
  title={A Role Model of IS Leadership (Invited Presentation)},
  author={Ephraim R. McLean and Stanley J. Smits},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2003}
}
“Management” is said to deal with complexity, and “leadership” is said to deal with change; and nowhere is change more evident than in the organizational use of information technology. This paper, based upon the extensive literature on leadership and a series of in-depth interviews with senior IS executives, posits an integrated model of executive-level IS leadership. This model identifies and discusses four key role dimensions: technologist, enabler, innovator, and strategist. Implications of… CONTINUE READING

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