Who’s Above Average?


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The most business-savvy CIOs tend to report to the CEO, lead a non-IT area, and make more money than average CIOs

CIOs at companies where the IT organization is considered a business peer or game-changer predict a good year ahead for their organizations, more so than do CIOs not viewed so favorably—48 percent vs. 34 percent.

Perhaps the elite CIOs see something in the economic tea leaves that other CIOs don’t. Or maybe their notably impressive stats make them feel more powerful and in control, no matter what the economy, politics or fickle customers may bring.

This year’s State of the CIO survey finds that peers and game-changer CIOs are more likely to:

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