Engaging with the board: Five ways for Chief Information Officers to stand out

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Overview

As business needs evolve and growth opportunities rely more on technology, Chief Information Officers are becoming more important in the boardroom. Preparation is key to making a good impression on directors—and having an impact.

We’ve identified 5 tips:

  • Invest in your relationships
  • Be thoughtful when preparing pre-read materials
  • Know your audience
  • Be strategic with your time
  • Focus on your message

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Paula Loop

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Paul DeNicola

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Jaelyn Kwan

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Catie Hall

Director, Governance Insights Center, PwC US

Marco D’Amico

Director, Advisory Services, PwC US

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