CIOs and technology leaders are navigating unpredictable change to help their organisations thrive.
In its 19th year, the Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey 2017 is the largest global survey of IT leadership, with 4,500 responses from CIOs and technology executives across 86 countries, including 174 Australian respondents.
In this year’s survey, technology leaders tell us that the level of change they are experiencing has reached unprecedented levels, and increasingly it is coming from unexpected corners. Many technology executives are turning this uncertainty into opportunity. They are helping their organisations become more nimble and digital, to navigate through unpredictable change, and to thrive in an uncertain world.
Further analysis of the data also found a clear divergence between organisations that are effective at digital transformation and those that are not. CIOs at these ‘digital leader’ organisations are almost twice as likely to be leading innovation across the business, and their organisations are investing in cognitive automation at four times the rate of others.
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