Daniel Sanchez Reina

Daniel Sanchez Reina

Sr Director Analyst
Daniel Sanchez Reina is a Research Director for Gartner's Leadership, Culture and People Dynamics team in the CIO Research group. Mr. Sanchez Reina covers the complex challenges of High-Performing Teams, Organizational and Cultural Change, Leadership Skills and Competencies, and Digital Transformation initiatives. He provides research on a worldwide basis, advising clients on their specific needs to achieve sustainable growth.
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Monday, 09 March, 2020 09:00 AM|Monday, 09 March, 2020 09:45 AM
Gartner Opening Keynote: Leadership Positioning for CIOs — From Defense to Offense

CIOs often feel as though they are playing defense and not getting ahead of the game. A CIO may feel they are under unfair political attack, or simply spending too much time in a reactive mode. This can impact a CIO’s brand and strategic positioning in their enterprise, and in the marketplace. This session focuses on practical techniques to help CIOs diplomatically shift from defense to offence, without becoming “offensive”.

Monday, 09 March, 2020 01:15 PM|Monday, 09 March, 2020 02:00 PM
2 in 1: Boost Engagement in Your Team While Creating a Constant-Learning Mindset

Engagement is the holy grail in organizations. Constant learning is a must in this fast-forward era, but it may seem threatening, boring or exhausting to your team members. There is a way to make them enjoy their learning process while increasing their level of engagement.

Tuesday, 10 March, 2020 09:00 AM|Tuesday, 10 March, 2020 09:45 AM
Myths and Realities of Changing Culture

Your digital strategy requires that the culture of your organization, if not the entire company, changes. But the myths of culture change can hold back progress. Grasp the realities of changing culture to lead true change in your organization. Changing culture is possible!

Tuesday, 10 March, 2020 02:15 PM|Tuesday, 10 March, 2020 03:00 PM
Closing Keynote: Leadership Biases — The Real Challenge of Culture Change

Culture has become a scapegoat for not achieving digital ambitions. CIOs and IT leaders must stop blaming culture, recognizing that their own biases are clouding their understanding of what is truly holding the organization back. Remedy yourself to break through the real barriers.

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