CIO Excellence for exploring the role and dynamics of the professional Chief Information Officer through a series of master classes.
The Modern Forces of Technology
Changing operating models, solution choices and planned and unintended performance and legal consequences. Many of these forces are being driven by external providers and group “social “ecosystem effects that may not be under the control of the organization.
Current New Technologies New strategies Technical – business implications
Digital Supply chains
Legacy and New
IT Project and investment “cycles”
Business and IT (CIO) budget controls
Due diligence and
Internet of Things
Big data insight
Big data content
Cloud service platforms
User Experience Design
Sourcing and service
New types of
Altered external legal compliance
and competitive opportunities.
Internal dynamic security
Shifting operating governance responsibilities and roles
+ Tech App + Content
+ Service Wrappers.
New forms of IP and
Competition law threats
Purchase subscriber models.
External and Internal
secure operating Models
How to De-risk business?
CxO and CIO Relationships
These technology driven forces of change are altering the axis of coordination for key stakeholders and their approach to operating model and business model management.
Interventions and change management for the CIO Function
Different styles and design approaches to business change.
The CIO is assumed to have leadership responsibility for digital infrastructure and technology transformation programs.