The CIO role has always been challenging, but with CEOs focused more than ever on technology, it is only getting harder. IT leaders who lack curiosity, drive and commitment will be frustrated, bored and unsuccessful.
Oct 07, 2015
From the Advisory Institute
|"Clients today are setting a high bar for the CIO. CIOs can no longer hide behind infrastructure; they have to be out front to meet digital natives on their home front." — Tim McCabe, Managing Director, KPMG CIO Advisory|
Read the article to learn about four requirements for updating the CIO job description and three suggestions for recharging the CIO's passion for leadership.