The Mindset of the Chief Information Officer
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This study evaluates the leadership role that Chief Information Officers performs in helping their organisations achieve their commercial goals. It examines the skills and behaviours that contribute to their success and considers the relationships the CIO has with the CEO, the executive team and other influential stakeholders. This study, which draws on interviews with leading CIOs, provides senior IT executives with insights to help them reflect on their leadership roles and to consider areas for their own professional development.  Access >>>

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  • TEN ISSUES TO CONSIDER
  • What motivates the CIO
  • The four must-have leadership skills

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