Advise the book for those who want to become a successful CIO


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Work of his hands. Department of the ITO, accordingly, knowledge is mainly in the technical fields, I would like to continue to grow in the field of business management in it, the goal is to become the Director of it. Advise what books to read in the field of management and accounting, personnel management, production management, etc. to improve knowledge in these areas.

PS ITSM is already investigating, but after reading Terry white, "What business wants from it", it seemed to me that ITSM is only a small and not the most important part of the knowledge and skills of the CIO.
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>Advise what books to read in the field of management and accounting, personnel management, production management, etc.
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advise what to read to be able to program in C#, Java, writing sites, and to create distributed applications, etc.
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you asked about that. here IMHO the books just do not do read — there intentionally need to learn. In your case you need to read everything will fall under the arm. that knowledge over time has developed in the system. TK you wish to cover a strong showing too, the reservoir of knowledge.
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The example is not correct.
I'm not going to become a professional accountant or financier, you need just the basics in these areas. Where you can push off. And read everything, it's too ineffective strategy.
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The higher the position the it Manager, the more his responsibilities in General (especially financial) management, and less of it specificity. That's all.
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Read "How Google works" and you will have happiness.
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