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Today’s CIO is uniquely positioned to lead innovation and drive transformation across the modern enterprise. That is an indisputable fact. The real question is this: Will CIOs seize the day? Will they leverage their opportunities to become truly transformational leaders? If you are an IT executive, you are uniquely qualified to provide leadership in the modern enterprise. Step up and enjoy your moment in the sun. You deserve it. Hunter Miller explains how CIOs can lead transformation in their organisations in this extract from his book Leading The Epic Revolution. Download includes a 30% discount for Computer Weekly readers  Access >>>

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  • Why Credible Leadership Matters
  • Leading Innovation and Driving Transformation
  • Managing the Merger of Culture and Technology

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