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The Essential CIO

How are technology leaders helping their organizations adapt to the accelerating change and complexity that mark today’s competitive and economic landscape? For CIOs, what are the challenges and opportunities from this increasing complexity? To ?nd out, IBM spoke in person with 3,018 CIOs, spanning 71 countries and 18 industries.


The CIO as Business Technology Strategist

This article discusses the emerging Chief Information Officer (CIO) role of business technology strategist and its relationship with the three traditional IT manager roles - informational, decisional and interpersonal.


Clarifying the Role of the CIO

The authors propose that there are five different models/types of CIOs - utility, evangalist, innovator, facilitator, and agile - and the best one for an organization is determined by the role IT plays in business strategy and leadership maturity.


The New IT Organization

This survey of 641 IT Executives finds that the role of the CIO is changing - not gradually but rapidly - to that of a business leader focused more on innovation and transformation.


CIO Job Role and Responsibilities Roadmap

The Federal CIO Roadmap lays out the responsibilities for a Federal CIO. It also lays out the progression of the CIO role over time i.e. how do these responsibilities evolve over time.


Top 10 CIO Concerns

 Top 10 CIO Concerns discusses top CIO issues and how to address them.


The Role of the Chief Information Officer

This paper discusses the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) - the issues it faced in its infancy, current faces and is expected to face in the future - in the context of culture and alignment. 


The Revolutionary CIO

The author argues for a revolutionary role for the CIO - not just business leaders or strategists that the evolution of the role envisages. In 2011, a CIO needs to be a revolutionary "because cloud, social computing and mobility are fundamentally disruptive capabilities, shaking up business models and transforming how business is done"

Can a CIO be a revolutionary who "challenge old rules, break up established institutions and overthrow business as usual – in the name of the greater good."

Business Views Impact on the CIO Role

CIO role has come a long way however, getting a seat at the executive table is a hard thing for CIOs in many organizations. This article provides a framework to assess an organization's willingness to accept the CIO as an "equal" to their business counterparts, concluding that "dominant assumptions about IT in different areas of an enterprise can explain differences in CIO status"


The Changing Role of New IS/IT Leaders

This study compares leadership roles, individual characteristics and position characteristics of newly appointed IS/IT executives (those who have been in their position for two years or less) with established IS/IT executives...Survey results indicate that new leaders spend more time in the informational role and in the change-leader role than established leaders.

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