The DNA of the CIO
The DNA of the CIO provides fresh insight into what it takes to be a Chief Information Officer (CIO) today by exploring the expectations and aspirations of those in the job – and the skills and relationships that they need to master in order to succeed. The program addresses aspects of personal interest to CIOs as they seek to develop themselves and their teams, and learn from others within their community.
The report is based on our survey of more than 300 senior IT professionals worldwide. A further 40 respondents from across the rest of the C-suite were polled to provide a perspective on how the CIO is perceived by the rest of the executive management team.
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