Expectations are always high when a new senior executive takes up the reins of a demanding leadership job. But in today’s fast-changing business environment, few find themselves more under the gun than the newly hired chief information officer. As they step into that new role, CIOs face often conflicting challenges of daunting depth and breadth. They must labor to keep aging legacy systems running to meet business units’ more varied and ever-increasing demands. Meanwhile, all eyes are on them to lead the deployment of a range of new IT capabilities.
Authors: Marc van der Vleugel, Nigel Cornish, Rudy Puryear
Source: Bain & Company
Subject: IT / Technology / E-Business