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Day In, Day Out: The Secret Power in Showing Up and Doing the Work

$16.99

Are you working hard, but continue to feel stuck? Does every day come with more responsibilities that make life feel like a task to be completed rather than enjoyed? In Day In, Day Out, Nick Dancer invites you to build a life on the timeless principles that have brought out the best in humankind since the beginning. Technology has changed our lives, but nothing has changed about the battle inside of us—we want a great business and life, but have been told we can do it differently. Too many quick fixes, tricks, and hacks have led us down a path of excitement to make long-term lasting changes, but time and time again they seem to fizzle out. Sharing stories from his experiences as a husband, dad, and business owner, Nick helps you see that skipping steps has never worked. He’ll help you find your way back to the basics and rediscover that doing the simple things day in and day out put you on the path to greatness in work and life.

The Accidental CIO: A Lean and Agile Playbook for IT Leaders

$40.00

IT Leaders that understand the power of modern technology approaches can not only deliver capabilities that contribute to business success, they can also help to shape the overall strategy of a business. Digital businesses need IT to be more than a support function, they need IT leaders that proactively identify opportunities for technology to remove constraints and enable business growth and evolution. However becoming an effective leader of a strategic part of a business is tough when you are new. There are the challenges with working with business peers,  developing a strategy and having it signed off by the board even before you build and lead a team to deliver it.   From your first 30 days, to presenting a vision to the board, the building of a team through to implementing your plan, this book supports your new c-level role with practical advice and frameworks for the various challenges that lay ahead of you. This book is ideal if you are moving from a technical role up into a leadership role, or if you are an existing IT leader that wants to apply the techniques of lean and agile development.