Khalid Kark

Khalid Kark is a managing director with the U.S. CIO Program, Deloitte LLP.

7 digital transformation myths

10 reasons IT leaders fail at innovation

10 reasons IT leaders fail at innovation

Tech leaders have been given an innovation mandate, but many still struggle to build a robust innovation capability. What’s holding them back?

3 ways to take charge of disruption

3 ways to take charge of disruption

Technology leaders have an opportunity to be more influential and demonstrate the value and capabilities of their existing organizations. To do this, they’ll need to get disruptive.

5 ways leading organizations excel at digital

5 ways leading organizations excel at digital

Leadership lessons from digital vanguard organizations.

Measuring value in the digital age

Measuring value in the digital age

How changing your mindset can help you make better technology investment decisions.

Six tips for creating a winning talent strategy

Six tips for creating a winning talent strategy

Talent may not be the only factor for transforming IT for the digital era, but it’s one of the most critical.

Your IT resolution for 2018: Build better budget habits

Your IT resolution for 2018: Build better budget habits

At this point in the year, you've likely abandoned all of your New Year's resolutions. But there's one you should stick with: rethinking the IT budget.

Talking tech in corporate boards

Talking tech in corporate boards

Tech leaders are commonly encouraged to speak the language of business, but it is becoming increasingly important for boards to speak the language of technology.

What’s next? 2016 priorities for high-performing CIOs

What’s next? 2016 priorities for high-performing CIOs

Deloitte’s CIO Programs leader identifies three priorities for CIOs who want to distinguish themselves IT strategists, decision-makers and leaders.

Time to rethink your strategic planning process

It's no longer enough to align IT strategy with business strategy, says Marcus Matic and Khalid Kark at Forrester Research. CIOs must help define the business strategy as it's developed

Analysts Advise CIOs and Employees Make Decisions Together

To succeed in the ‘empowered era,’ CIOs need to make sure their technology-delivery model has the right mix of IT and business control

Forrester's 2011 Security Strategy Recommendations

Every New Year brings an opportunity to review existing security plans and adjust strategies for the next year. And, as I participate in these conversations for 2011, a lot of similar themes have popped up. Most CISOs are struggling...

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