Barbara Gottardi | CIO Europe | Vanguard
Tagged: CIO Role
Modern tech leaders exhibit specific behaviours and attitudes, which have changed over time. It’s to be expected as the evolution of the role demands more insight, practicality, and vision.
David Savage spoke with Ian Golding, Interim CIO at the Natural History Museum about the evolution of the CIO role, leadership and innovation.
Taking a brief from a board on a CIO/CTO/CDO role is rather like picking from a box of chocolates where you’ve lost the little card which tells you what the flavours are; you never know what you’ll get until you taste it. There are certainly some specific flavours which come through depending on the sector and size of the organisation, but as a head hunter, I can tell you that boards are full of surprises.
Businesses are more reliant on technology than ever before, but that doesn’t mean that chief information officers (CIOs) are supposed to focus solely on maintaining their enterprise applications and IT...
When meeting boards to discuss their need to hire a CIO or CTO, the first question my colleagues and I always ask is whether they need evolution or revolution within...