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The DNA of the CIO provides fresh insight into what it is to be a Chief Information Officer (CIO) today. For many years, CIOs have been talking about becoming a true partner to the business and the executive management team. ut, as Ernsy & Young's report, The DNA of the CIO highlights, relatively few have broken out of their comfort zones to actually become one. Access >>>
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- Time to make good the broken promises
- The barriers to effectiveness A changing skillset
- The relationships for success
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