Whether you’re new to the role or are a seasoned Chief Information Officer looking for a fresh challenge, it’s important you start off your new job on the right foot. Even for those that have multiple CIO job titles on their CV, being successful at an unfamiliar company is not always easy. The people are new, the office politics are different and the challenges are relatively unknown.
To help make the transition into your new role run a little soother, we’ve outlined five things you should do when you become a CIO.
Charlotte Trueman is a staff writer at IDG UK. She joined IDG in 2016 after graduating with a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Kent. Charlotte is particularly interested in the impact technology will have on the future of work and promoting gender diversity throughout the tech industry.