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The Path From CIO To Chief Digital Officer: How To Make It Happen

The articles, reports, and heated conversations are all over the Web: Should CIOs become Chief Digital Officers (CDOs)? Is the CDO replacing the CIO (Chief Information Officer)? Are CIOs willing – let alone prepared – to become CDOs? The fact is, many high-profile CIOs have already become CDOs, such as: Stephen Gillett: Moved from CIO […]

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Harvard Business Review

Should Your CIO Be Chief Digital Officer?

CAMBRIDGE, MA, August 2, 2013 (Via Harvard Business Review blog) – The CDO’s job is to turn the digital cacophony into a symphony. It’s OK to experiment with new businesses and tools, but experimentation must be coupled with building scalable, efficient capabilities. The CDO creates a unifying digital vision, energizes the company around digital possibilities, coordinates digital activities, helps to rethink products and processes for the digital age, and sometimes provides critical tools or resources. […]

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