CIOs have spent the last decade earning their place at the table with senior management and becoming a strategic advisor. Now, as organizations work harder to align the technology decisions with their business objectives, the role of the CIO continues to evolve in surprising ways.
IT World Canada recently convened a Frankly Speaking breakfast event where we discussed the Canadian-specific results of a global research, face to face project IBM conducted with thousands of CIOs. Attendees walked away with ideas about fundamental changes they will need to make in their day-to-day activities in order to survive turbulent times, the differences between managing IT strategy in high or low-growth companies and the skill sets that lead to success.
In this, our first Frankly Speaking At Your Desktop production, we’re talking the experience beyond the live event and offering our community the opportunity to hear from our speakers at their convenience. This clip, featuring Paul Bellack, Partner and National Practice Leader, Technology Strategy with IBM Canada, runs approximately 15 minutes.