The New Value of CIOs The CIO’s role has evolved in 2015 to be one of even greater responsibility, leadership and opportunity. 2016 will be no different. This year, the CIO will have even more opportunities to lead by conveying the value of investments.
The New Value of CIOs Customers want an effortless experience every time they interact with a business. Now more than ever before, the CIO has the opportunity to create that effortless experience for the customer. Here are 4 ways the CIO can do so as we approach 2016.
The New Value of CIOs A significant number of IT projects are failing to achieve full investment value, according to CEB research. Why are projects failing to achieve full value and what can the CIO do about it? Start by avoiding these three major pitfalls.
The New Value of CIOs As the role of the CIO shifts, he or she must become adept at communicating the value of IT solutions to the business. Now, all eyes are on the CIO, as the C-suite looks for a leader to connect business possibilities to new capabilities, defined and enabled by IT.
The New Value of CIOs CIOs have become brokers of IT capabilities for the business. Here are four questions IT leaders must ask to convey value more effectively.
The New Value of CIOs The role of the CIO today is not what it was last year, last month, or even last week. Over the course of many conversations with CIOs and CFOs, a theme arises: the CIO needs to be a value broker. Here are 3 research points to illustrate the trend.