Navigating the early days as CIO.
Today’s chief information officer (CIO) is expected to serve as a strategic business partner and change leader as well as run effective information technology (IT) operations. The newly appointed CIO’s agenda is often built upon a mandate for significant improvements in IT’s value proposition. The early days in the role present a significant opportunity to make an impression. However, as business pressures grow, the available time frame to establish credibility is steadily shrinking.
How can a new CIO prepare? What are the factors of success? And how can they leave their mark and make their impact? We are moving more and more into a digital era and the role of the CIO has growing importance not only in the IT department, but outside of it as well.
Six imperatives for a CIO:
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