This presentation discusses the evolving role of the CIO – from head of the IT function to a business leader, the journey has taken many twists, and turns – , how the CIO role is being shaped by the CEO's requirements, and what is the current CIO Role, and its responsibilities. An excellent discussion on a topic that should be of interest to every CIO!
This presentation charts the course for the Chief Information Officer (CIO) role – to the Chief Operating Officer (COO) or maybe even the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)? How does this evolution in the CIO role occur and what does it take? Here is the opinion of a CIO.
Can a Chief Information Officer (CIO) become a successful Chief Executive Officer (CEO)? This article explores this issue and suggests that a CIO can indeed become a successful CEO provided they focus on behavioral skills.
This chapter discusses getting the CIO role on the executive team – What role should the CIO possess? What are the CIO’s primary responsibilities? Where does the CIO sit in relation to other organizational leaders? And finally, what must the CEO do to help develop and nurture the CIO?
This article provides insights about what CEOs expect of the CIO and the IT function, drawing on interviews with CEOs of high technology companies located in Silicon Valley. Actions by senior IT executives to more closely align their behaviors with those expected by CEOs are offered. Although our discussion is aimed at CIOs or other senior IT executives, the recommendations are of value to all managers within the IT function.
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Do you know the route to the top? Learn from others who did make it to the top.
Information is the lifeblood of ANY organization. Public confidence is the foundation for shareholder value. Is it time to create a dedicated role to protect information to maintain public confidence?
This presentation provides insights into the changing IT Management landscape and the imperatives for CIO success. (more/different discussion and slides)
i.e. it clearly lays the onus on the employee for their relationship with their boss and lays out a plan of action to manage the relationship. Excellent discussion!