CIOs share how they are developing digital and data fluency across their organisations to drive better buy-in, more IT funding, and new business opportunities.
Stories by Esther Shein
Lack of vision, leadership support, and long-term commitment are just a few of the ways that digital transformation journeys take wrong turns or fizzle out.
With skillsets aging, costs accruing, and ends-of-life looming, CIOs are getting serious about divesting their big iron estates in favour of the cloud.
Just as employees are upskilling in the latest tech, so too should CIOs, whose ongoing digital skills acquisition can greatly impact their organisations and their careers.
Successful digital transformations don’t happen without organisation-wide effort, mindset and processes changes and the right technologies.