Where Should The CIO Report?

For a CIO, reporting to the CEO is both an asset and a liability. Factors favouring a direct reporting relationship to the CEO include the size of the organization, business complexity, and the need for significant change.

For a CIO, reporting to the CEO is both an asset and a liability. Factors favouring a direct reporting relationship to the CEO include the size of the organization, business complexity, and the need for significant change. Reasons that favour a lower reporting relationship include if a CIO lacks business skills or if IT is merely a support organization.

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