As the future of IT continues to progress, the role that the IT department plays becomes increasingly
According to a recent 2017 Canadian CIO Survey, 57% of IT budgets are currently increasing, mainly due to a high demand for IT innovation. This is leading you, the CIO, to wear many different hats, taking on responsibilities of the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) and possibly even the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at times.
Post-recession, around 2010-2011, there was a major step up in IT. A multitude of innovative
There’s more to the CIO’s job than just meeting demands and innovating. With such a busy to-do list, setting priorities and coming up with a game plan can be an effective approach for IT leaders and
Collaborating towards innovation
The 2017 Canadian CIO Survey also shows that about 1/3 of IT departments are looking for a 15% increase in budget, mainly to accommodate collaborative projects within the IT budget. A top priority for every CIO
According to the survey, 78% of CIOs believe collaborating with other lines of business on initiatives on things such as customer service, customer retention, and customer acquisition can prove to be useful in making better, well-informed decision. On that same note,
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AUTHOR: Victoria Lewin