This is the fifth in a series of columns that explore what it takes to design, implement and sustain technology projects that produce results as promised for stakeholders. In the previous column we began a discussion on leadership, using Ken Kizer's work in turning the Veteran's Administration hospital system around as an example of the difference leadership makes.

Leaders at the level of executive sponsor consistently exhibit the following characteristics:

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