Making It Click: Strategies for Helping Computer-Challenged Leaders

by John Fleenor


Some senior executives who were schooled in less technologically oriented times break into a cold sweat at the mere sight of a computer. But organizations can take steps to help such leaders overcome the social stigma without sneaking around.

Everyone has known or heard about high-level executives who suddenly become meek and powerless when they sit down in front of a PC monitor and keyboard. These technologically challenged leaders are seemingly incapable of performing even the simplest tasks on their computers. A popular television ad recently mocked this ...

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