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Executive summary: Harvey Nash KPMG CIO survey 2017
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This extract from the Harvey Nash KPMG CIO survey 2017 shows how CIOs are managing change and prioritising innovation and digital technology in a time of increasing uncertainty.
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- Almost one in five CIOs (18 %) report their organisations have “very effective” digital strategies.
- CIOs who are define themselves as “very fulfilled” in their role is at a three-year high – rising from 33% in 2015 to 39% this year.
- Women CIOs are far more likely to have received a salary increase than male CIOs in the past year but still, the number of women in IT leadership remains extraordinarily low at 9%, the same as last year.
- While the fastestgrowing demand for a technology skill this year was enterprise architecture, big data/analytics remained the most in-demand skill at 42%, up 8% over last year.
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