IT business leaders explain how they collaborate with their chief executives to boost their digital strategies
As technology gets pushed up the business agenda, more and more CIOs are moving into the boardroom. The majority of the CIO 100 now report to their organisation's CEO and meet them at least once a week, working together to ensure that the business gets the maximum value from IT.
"Chief executives need to really get a grip on long deep disciplined journeys for digital business change, and their CIOs need to help with that," Mark Raskino, a Gartner Fellow in the CEO and Digital Business Leadership research team, told CIO UK.
CIO UK spoke to a selection of top IT business leaders to find out how they work with their CEOs to drive the digital agenda.
Tom is Online Editor of CIO UK. He studied English Literature and History at Sussex University before gaining a Masters in Newspaper Journalism from City University. Tom is particularly interested in the public sector and the ethical implications of emerging technologies.