If there’s one thing all CIOs arguably now have in common, it’s that they can’t escape the impact of digital change.
Digital is changing every aspect of their businesses – from how they interact and communicate with customers to developing and delivering products and services that drive efficiencies. The question today is what organisations, and their executives, are doing to address such wholesale change to the way they function and go to market.
At the same time, the digital era has raised questions about the ongoing influence of the CIO, and the strategic priorities IT leaders must assume to remain relevant. If this year’s State of the CIO report is any guide, many CIOs not only believe they’re becoming more important in this transformation, they’re working to make such change happen right now.
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