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Avid Star Trek fans and casual viewers alike probably agree that the show’s success is thanks to the moral and philosophical narratives that overshadow the fun science fiction Wholesale NCAA Jerseys , campy action, and special effects of the series.

Recently I began to notice there were many managerial lessons to take away from the crew of the Starship Enterprise. In tough leadership dilemmas I even find myself asking the question- what would Captain Picard do? That is other than ordering up a tea, Earl Grey, hot. I’m more of a coffee drinker.

The following are 5 Tips from the TNG leadership that could improve any CIO or executive management team.

1. Hire a “Chief of Security”, like Worf, and prioritize the security of your network, data, and fixed assets from attack by insiders, competitors, and criminals. In a recent PwC study “The Global State of Information Security Survey 2014” 18% of the companies surveyed felt their greatest obstacle to improving information security was due to a lack of experience and leadership from a CISO CSO. Take a lesson from Picard and put an experienced security professional in charge of developing and implementing your security strategies. Worf always put security measures ahead of any other goal and you need a dedicated resource to do the same for your firm.

2. He may not be a beloved character but there is a lesson to be learned from the accelerated promotion of young Ensign Wesley Crusher. There is no place in or outside of the workplace for age, racial Wholesale Jerseys From China , gender, or any other type of discrimination. It is important to invest in all available talent through continuing education as well as to promote inside staff whenever possible. Furthermore young energy and fresh perspective can create an exciting and creative approach to problem solving. There are also programs like All Star Code that can help your organization cultivate new technology candidates in communities that are currently under represented in the field. Well before attending the Academy Wesley Crusher proved himself as an unrivaled problem solver and a key member of the Enterprise’s success.

3. Follow the “Prime Directive” and do not abuse or over extend the power of your technological advancement. The culture of an information technology department should be one that champions service, availability, security, and innovation with the goal of supporting the key mission of the organization. Technology should provide for and enable users and never be utilized to inappropriately collect information, or interfere with the organization’s core operations. The best IT departments will provide service to users with a soft hand and a light presence. A CIO should disseminate a mission statement that matters- give your team a cultural identity and code of operation, and then make sure they live it.

4. During difficult times make sure as a leader you take a tour with the “away team”. An effective leader takes the time to report to the trenches in order to obtain a direct understanding of the challenges the team faces. In the most critical situations Captain Picard or First Officer William Ryker would step into action to ensure success. Getting on the front line of issues now and then will command respect from your employees and make sure you are analyzing problems with a real world perspective.

5. Boldly go where no CIO has gone before. Technology is now the foundation for the success of almost every business or institution. In order for a CIO to be successful he or she needs to be a master of the mundane (think email and help desk) as well as the intellect behind innovation (think analysis of big data, transition to outsourcing and cloud services, and development of core business processes). More often than ever CIOs are being considered for CEO positions as organizations look to the CIO to lead the company's overall direction and drive profitability through efficiency and lean processes. In any leadership role it is important to be free to experiment, change the course, and head into the unknown. Windsurfing is an exciting adventure sport that involves skilful use of various equipments. The windsurfing kit comprises mainly of the surf board Wholesale Jerseys China , the sail and the mast. You can choose different types of surf boards, masts and sails depending upon your expertise and wind conditions. While buying surf boards, it is also a good idea to choose a suitable windsurfing bag, which makes it easy to carry the board as well as protect it.

While Choosing a Windsurfing Board Bag

Before you purchase a windsurfing board bag, measure your board precisely. This would help you in choosing the right bag size that fits the board. Measure the length of your surf board, width at the middle of the board, width at the nose and tail of the board and the height of the board and choose a bag corresponding to these measurements.

Features of Windsurfing Bags

Windsurfing board bags are available in various patterns and specifications. One of the most commonly used windsurfing bags is the travel bag which comprises of good padded sidewalls for better protection. These bags also comprise of internal straps that hold the board safely in place. It is recommended that you opt for good foam padded windsurfing board bags that offer double protection for your surf boards, especially from dings and daily wear and tear.

While purchasing a board bag, it is recommended to opt for bags with white bottoms. This avoids over heating of the surf boards and keeps them away from dust and dirt. While purchasing windsurfing bags opt for bags that have zippers made of nylon reinforced polyester zippers. These zippers are corrosion free and highly durable, especially if you frequent beaches for surfing. You can also choose bags. Cheap Jerseys   Cheap Jerseys   Cheap Jerseys From China   Cheap NFL Jerseys   Wholesale Jerseys China   Cheap NFL Jerseys   Wholesale Jerseys   Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys   Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Free Shipping   Cheap NFL Jerseys  

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