It's kind of expensive, but I added a link below to one of my grad school textbooks, Managing and Using Information Systems. I found this book to be really helpful in my role as a non-profit I.T. manager. It's packed with information on a variety of topics that I've come across, and I still refer to it from time to time. (To keep up-to-date, I ordered the latest edition.) FWIW. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1119346762/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Good luck!
(insert shameless plugs for:
1. The Tech Decision Maker's group
2. The Tech Decision Maker's monthly group call on 9/25
3. The "Accidental IT Director" session proposed by @Dar Veverka and myself )
Also, I'll say that I'm a big fan of Peter's articles.
First, do what Colin suggests.This is from 6 years ago but is 100% relevant for today. If you do anything, do something on these 4 items every month:
This is from 4 years ago and 100% relevant today:
These sites are aimed at larger IT departments but occasionally have great stuff for small organizations.
To keep on top of trends.