IT leaders wanting to be seen and treated as an equal business partner and be included in the organization’s strategic vision, objectives, values, and decisions must first exhibit these four key business and communication attributes.
Chief innovation and digital officer Vipin Gupta and his team turned transformation logic upside down to create a mobility-finance-as-a-service platform that TFS now offers as a white label service to other mobility companies.
The pharmaceutical company’s chief digital and technology officer Shobie Ramakrishnan discusses how starting “with the broadest possible ambition and the smallest possible effort” led to creating value at scale.
As machine learning makes more use of deep neural networks, businesses are increasingly dependent on a technology that experts don’t fully understand. Guard rails are required to ensure safe and predictable operating environments.
The manufacturing company’s VP and CIO, and 2021 inductee into CIO’s Hall of Fame, discusses creating a culture that “can ignite creativity and agility” in a video interview with CIO contributing editor Julia King.
The need to co-create with the business has many CIOs shifting away from IT projects in favor of a product-based approach that, like so much else in business, is a journey that takes time to nurture and succeed.
The P&C insurance market is changing so quickly that Will Lee, CIO, is asking his team to focus both on near-term and long-term transformation. Critically important to the second horizon, says Lee, is an architecture that can allow the business to pivot.
As digital transformation moves from buzzword to business priority, understanding three critical concepts – and the subtle differences among them – will help you make the right adjustments to strategies and mindsets.
Jamie Holcombe, CIO at the US Patent and Trademark Office, joins Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, which is jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They will discuss how patent and trademark tech is transforming, digital debt, agile development, DevSecOps and more.rn
As organizations seek to accelerate their digital transformations, time to market, and development of new customer engagement channels, CIOs must find ways to sustain innovation. Read on for advice for upping innovation velocity and more.
To enable the $9 billion industrial gas provider to deliver new “mega projects,” CIO Brian Galovich has put self-service at the center of the target architecture, moved infrastructure to the cloud, digitized key business processes, and updated the IT operating model.
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