Ian Cox reflects on the 2017 CIO Summit and the wisdom of the CIO crowd
In business markets that operate at the speed of digital, CIOs should think about ending big multi-year technology projects
Good comms, strong relationships and an agile project team will limit the fog during an IT implementation
Gone are the halcyon days as the CIO as a gatekeeper; CIOs must embrace their roles and expertise as technology brokers
Five things CIOs need to do on a weekly basis to be a successful CIO and leader in the digital age
CIOs will need to break out of IT if they are going to help facilitate change across the organisation
The modern IT leader has to be a social animal - it has never been more important for CIOs to be well connected
The leading CIOs don't behave like techies and already think, speak and act in business terms
The best strategy for winning the war for talent is to avoid the conflict altogether
Are you a Mode 1 CIO or a Mode 2 CIO?
Digital is an opportunity for CIOs to get back to focusing on the 'I' in their job title
Learn fast - an alternative for CIOs to the trendy 'fail fast' approach
'Business-focused, customer-centric, and with a hint of technology'
Having a deep understanding of what's happening inside a smartphone at a technical level is not a prerequisite to leading a digital transformation
Boeing Chief Information Officer Ted Colbert, and the steps the CIO should take to being proactive rather than passive