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Leadership and Information Technology


  • Justice K S Hegde Institute of Management, Nitte, India
  • HMI-Tech, Mumbai, India


The hard skill of information technology is one that cannot be ignored in an ever communicating world. This chapter will focus on some developments in the field of IT that leaders, whether savvy in that regard or not, need to be aware of. Some advantages and pitfalls of IT implementation will also be reviewed.


Leadership, Information Technology, Reflective Mindset, Analytical Mindset.

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