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CIOs Need to Learn New Ways of Thinking

At the most recent Society for Information Management Advanced Practices Council (APC) meeting, we heard four research presentations that, at first glance, appeared to be on quite disparate topics: enterprise social architecture, collaboration engineering, digital excellence and business intelligence. But on a second look, we noticed a common theme: CIOs need to think differently in 2013.

It's time to reconsider our business models, how employees collaborate, how we achieve innovation and how we empower staff and customers.

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