Nominations for the fourth annual CIO50 open on Monday June 17, 2019 and run until Monday August 12, 2019. To be considered, nominees can either self-nominate or be nominated by a suitable peer via a submission form that can be emailed directly or entered online via the CIO website.
Once nominations are submitted, the CIO50 judging panel will rate each section of the questionnaire in order to determine the final list. These responses will also form the basis of the written profiles of our 50 CIOs, which will be revealed in late 2019.
The more powerful nominations will be the ones that can provide real-world examples of where technology and digital chiefs are successfully providing value to their organisations, driving innovation, and leading their teams.
The word count for responses to questions under each of the two pillars – Business Innovation and Leadership – should be no more than 800 words (1600 words in total for both pillars). The deadline for submitting nominations is Monday August 12, 2019.
Once nominations are submitted, the CIO50 judging panel will rate each section of the questionnaire to determine the final list. These responses will also form the basis of the written profiles of our 50 CIOs, which will be revealed in late 2019, and written by the editorial team of CIO editor-in-chief, Byron Connolly; CIO associate editor, Jennifer O’Brien; and CIO senior journalist, George Nott.
Good luck and thank you for entering.