CIO Career Editor's Choice

CIO’s Digital Transformation

This paper discusses the digital transformation of the CIO – what are the expectations? how are internal relationships changing? what are the impediments to the change? A good discussion for the CIO to follow because now you must "live digital."

The Future of IT Organization

This paper discusses the changes in structure and roles that are being forced upon the IT Organization by the advent of cloud computing. CIOs must understand the impact of cloud computing on the business but also on the way they go to market – this is a good discussion to get you started!

How Digital is Transforming Business

This paper tracks the digital shift and its impact on business making the case for digital savvy workforce, especially an Chief Digital Officer. Excellent Read!

Chief Digital Officer (CDO)

This paper discusses the Chief Digital Officer role – what is a CDO? why is this position important? what does a CDO do? which industries and companies are early adopters of the CDO role? where is the CDO role headed? A good overview that a CIO can use to understand how it will affect their job responsibilities and how to transition into it if they so choose.

The Emerging Chief Digital Officer Role

This paper presents an informed opinion on the rise of the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) Role. Specifically, it answers key questions about the role so one can understand the full impact of this role on the organization's journey moving into the digital world. Good discussion!

From CDO to CEO

This article tracks the rise of the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) role and explores its trajectory moving forward – is the CDO destined for the CEO role? Great discussion on the CDO role and its future.

The Right CDO for the Job

This paper defines the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) role, sets its objectives, and discusses the different types of CDOs who are needed to meet them. A good discussion for the CIO to understand how to transition into the CDO role.

Effective IT Leadership

This paper makes the case for IT governance for effective IT value. The authors argue that IT governance provides a good structured approach to management decisions but lacks the creativity provided by good leadership to really be effective. Hence,