IT problem solver, cost-cutter, strategist
The CIO job is difficult enough. Recently, many CIOs have been able to put the demands of contributing to to business strategy to the side during the recession, as most companies have asked CIOs and other executives to focus on the tactical— efficiencies and cost cutting—rather than developing new business strategies.
But PwC believes the pendulum is about to swing back to a demand for more strategic involvement by CIOs, without losing the tactical strengths favored recently. This paper explores what being strategic should mean and provides a framework for how the CIO can be more strategic in serving the business while handling other responsibilities the position demands.
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