Will you become a digital leader ?
The rise of cloud computing, social media, mobile technology and data analytics is having a profound impact on the future role of IT leaders.
This series of articles assess the impact of digital technology on the role of the CIO, and shows how CIOs can seize the initiative to become digital leaders in their organisations.
Table of contents:
The CIO at the cross roads
Navigating the Digital Torrent
CIOs need to look at their own performance, ways of working, skills and experience to ensure they are equipped to deal with the digital torrent.
How digital technology will change the role of IT leaders
We have now reached the point where corporate IT as we know it will succeed or fail.
How digital technology will change the way organisations work
If you are an IT leader, digital technology is likely to be a pivotal factor in your career over the next five years.
The CIO is dead. Long live the CIO
There is a new breed of CIOs who are defining what it means to be a digital leader.
How to raise your business profile with social media and agile development
Regaining the technology high ground – one blog post at a time
IT leaders should use blogging and social media to raise their profile and build influence in their organisations.
CIO briefing on agile development
How do we create agile organisations and behave in a more agile way? Kelly Waters executive Consultant, Coach, and Interim CTO, offers some answers in this presentation.
From CIO to Chief Innovation Officer
How to be a digital innovator
CIOs need to think about their IT budgets in a different way to free up funds for innovation.
How to make the business case for digital technology
Making the business case for digital technology
When trying to win backing for digital technology, IT leaders would be wise to focus on benefits, not costs.
Realise Benefits from a Digital Strategy
Developing the business conversations for IT – how can you convince your business stakeholders to include you? Rob Lambert, visiting fellow at Cranfield School of Management, offers advice to CIOs on developing business cases and maximising the business value of digital technology projects.
This series of articles accompanies the Digital Academy, a programme for IT leaders who want to take ownership of digital technology in their organisations.