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How the CIO Can Have a Successful Relationship with the CEO

Today’s technology-driven world has only amplified the necessity of a CIO. However, technology is not all that matters in the IT world. In an article for TechRadar, Rene Millman elaborates on the area a CIO must never underestimate: having a positive relationship with the CEO. CEO BFF One of the …

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Anatomy of a Digital Forerunner

The dreams of yesterday are rapidly becoming the realities of tomorrow. In this digital world, technology is evolving fast. However, with all this evolution, comes the difficulty of keeping up. In an article for Bain and Company, Elizabeth Spaulding, Sarah Dey Burton, and Greg Caimi explore the attributes that are …

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Three Roles of Senior Leaders in IT Governance

If IT is not properly supporting all the initiatives that matter to the business, weak IT governance could be to blame. Do not feel bad if this sounds like your organization. IT alignment is still an area that many business executives are struggling to integrate. In an article for The …

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4 Aspects of Great IT Leadership

It is no secret that a successful company needs to have great leadership backing it. It is also not a secret that companies need to have great technology backing them, which means they need phenomenal CIOs. In an article for ZDNet, Mark Samuels explores what defines great IT leadership. There …

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Six Benefits of a CIO-CMO Alliance

“Alliance” is one of those words that just makes a person feel safe and sound, because it means people are working together to maintain something. In an article for The Enterprisers Project, Jay Ferro talks about how he, as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the American Cancer Society, has allied …

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Next-Generation IT Governance

Much like a baby in your arms compared to the child’s first day of college, IT governance is almost unrecognizable now compared to in the past. IT governance’s core values are still at its heart–alignment with strategy, controlled risk, and efficiency with IT resources–but what has changed is how these …

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How to Encourage Your Top IT Employees

When you work diligently to complete something you want to be recognized, or at least appreciated and encouraged to continue your superb work. The best employees need this type of satisfaction, in a non-cliché way, in order to continue working this well. In an article for InformationWeek, CIO Jonathon Feldman …

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