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8/14/2013 | 2:37:45 PM
re: 5 Books For Aspiring CIOs
@Becca @Chris funny thing about The Goal is that what's old is new again; but isn't this always the case? Technology is fantastic but the basics always seem to come creeping back in...

Thanks for the comments.
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8/12/2013 | 3:46:41 PM
re: 5 Books For Aspiring CIOs
I'm going to re-read The Goal thanks to this prompt. The Goal would be good reading in the health IT sector these days, if priorities shift from implementing systems (new electronic records) to using them to optimize ops to run more efficiently.
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8/12/2013 | 7:22:17 AM
re: 5 Books For Aspiring CIOs
Thanks.But some of the original editions cannot be gotten in China
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8/9/2013 | 5:57:41 PM
re: 5 Books For Aspiring CIOs
Great descriptions, and a unique list. You've captured me with The Goal by Eliyahu M. Goldratt, I'll be adding that to my reading list.

Are there any CIOs reading this that want to weigh in?


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