High-profile IT disasters are enforcing the dystopic visions and macro-pessimisms saturating the cultural consciousness. Only by steeling against perpetuating past IT sins and embracing possibility can we make something brighter.
CIOs face a complex juggling act between operational responsibilities and strategic opportunities. So keeping the lights on and finding time for big-picture thinking requires a perspective that parallels how the role is expanding.
Kirk Ball, EVP and CIO of grocery chain Giant Eagle, sat with CIO Leadership Live host Maryfran Johnson and discussed optimizing a superior customer experience, how digital retail innovations are evolving, the global search for talent, and the benefits of C-suite support.
Last year brought more than its share of disruption, and there’s no sign of any let up as 2023 gains momentum. Here are ways CIOs should prepare to face any eventuality, and come out the other side even stronger.
CIO.com’s Lee Rennick chats with University of Ottawa CIO Martin Bernier about how building diverse and equitable teams, and cultivating allyships to support diversity in technology are key to continuous learning.
Southwest’s catastrophic operational collapse offers IT leaders an opportunity to look inward to gauge whether their enterprises have the priorities, systems, and culture in place to weather major business disruptions.
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