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Over at his Life as a Healthcare CIO blog, PGP member John Halamka has a post on 10 steps to being a bad CIO -- but we'd expand that to include anyone in a leadership or managerial role. Halamka says surefire ways to fail include using "mutually assured destruction negotiating tactics" and "[embracing] obsolete technologies." Check out the full list here.

 

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