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CIO Leadership: What We Can Learn from History to Drive Success in Today's Climate

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Each year magazines and pundits suggest that the role of the CIO is changing. In a time where we have seen vendor consolidation, the pace of new technologies slow and business growth stagnate - does ...

Each year magazines and pundits suggest that the role of the CIO is changing. In a time where we have seen vendor consolidation, the pace of new technologies slow and business growth stagnate - does the CIO role really need to change again? Why does it feel as though IT still has trouble keeping up with demand? What can we learn from history to help us cope with the increasingly technical demands of our employees, customers and marketplaces?

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* How to stay ahead of your customer
* How to stay relevant to your business
* How to build a forward-thinking, solution-oriented culture in IT
* How to manage costs and still be innovative
* How to mitigate risk and make safe technology bets
* How to be the victor and not the victim

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  • We always seem to do our projects when things are moving fast… we do not take full advantage of the slow time.
  • Barons telling the King what authority he had?Social Networking, Loss of Brand messaging/control, & Consumerization of IT
  • 80% of time and $ on maint. And 20% on new stuff.
  • This can help you quantify the risk profile of a given project. It is not intended to be used as an absolute – if it is it will not work for you. Businesses face different levels of risk all the time. What this tool can be use for, and very effectively, is to evaluate incremental or comparative risk between your project alternatives. In time, this tool can also be used to see if your average risk profile is migrating lower or higher. This can be indicative of changing business conditions that are favorable or require attention from a political perspective.

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