“The Uncomfortable CEOs are interested in what is right, rather than who is right; they have a general dissatisfaction with the status quo, and always looking for ways to explore new boundaries.” (José Ignacio Sordo) “Innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity, not a threat.” (Albert Einstein) “Creativity is thinking up new things. Innovation is doing new things.” (Theodore Levit) “The problem is never how to get new, innovative thoughts into your mind, but how to get old ones put.” (Dee Ward Hock) “Of you’re mot failing every now and again, it possibly you’re not doing anything innovative.” (Woody Allen)

So, what exactly is an “Uncomfortable CEO?” 

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_Life begins at the end of your confort zone (2)

Exceptional CEOs approach work in a very consistent fashion: They are uncomfortable! They are interested in what’s right, rather than who’s right; they have a general dissatisfaction with the status quo, and are always looking for ways to explore new boundaries.The Uncomfortable CEO: Making Information Technology Overcome Business Uncertainty is a handbook for CEOs and other senior executives that lays out the argument for leveraging IT’s key role overcoming business uncertainty and provides guidance for doing so successfully.Be prepared for something different from a typical business book.

 

JISG-blk-bgJosé Ignacio Sordo Galarza is founder and managing director of CIO Eureka!, a management consulting firm based in Chicago, Illinois. With over 25 years of experience in global IT executive and CIO positions, José Ignacio brings knowledge and practical solutions to the challenges of blending IT strategy with global strategic business concerns. CIO Eureka! specializes in how to find business relevance in IT, transforming IT organization into a business value driven function.

The Uncomfortable CEO reading experience should guide your steps to lead your IT organization into the highest-leveraged function. Our recommended thirty CEO leadership actions will make the most of the competitive advantage between the CEO and the IT community at large. By honestly following them all, you will strengthen your company’s ability to be fast, flexible, responsive and versatile in the rapidly changing business environment of this 21st century. If this book challenges your executive thinking in a new way, then it has served its purpose!

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