Most CIOs were taught to leverage technology to support the business but to never embark on a strategy without a business sponsor. Today’s environment demands a new approach. Sometimes the CIO must lead the business strategy. The CIO is uniquely positioned to identify and see the business challenges while understanding the technology options to address them. Waiting for C-Suite peers to take action could lead to missed opportunities. Waiting for C-Suite peers can sometimes lead to significant rework downstream. When is the appropriate time to step forward and lead the business?
Identify key traits of effective post-modern leaders and how to apply these in your organization
Review working models of IT leadership across business units
Learn real world examples of a CIO leading and executing the business strategy and see resulting outcomes