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The definition of insanity?

It is almost a year since I wrote an article entitled CIOs: CMOs do not want your job in which I talked about the relationship between the two roles and in particular how CMOs needed their IT function to work differently to support the organisation’s digital transformation. One of the sources I used in that […]

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CIO: could you be the next Linwood?

John Linwood, the BBC’s former CTO who was sacked by the corporation following its decision to scrap its £100m Digital Media Initiative (DMI), recently won his claim for unfair dismissal. The tribunal delivered its unanimous verdict that Linwood’s claim was “well founded and succeeds” although it did also state that he had contributed “to the […]

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CIOs and the inner circle

IBM’s recently published study into how members of the C-suite are working together to prepare for the digital era contains some key takeaways for CIOs who want to play a bigger role in shaping and leading the digital transformation of their organisation. The report, Exploring the Inner Circle, is based on face-to-face interviews with 4,183 […]

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The new focus for IT

In Disrupt IT I describe how the CIO role and the IT function need to be transformed to meet the needs of the digital business. In this new role, IT becomes a partner to the rest of the business, instead of a service provider. Technology is fundamental to the digital business; it is being used […]

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More CIOs are turning to the cloud

Use of cloud services in the UK continues to grow is the key message from the Vanson Bourne annual survey into cloud adoption performed on behalf of the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF). Of the 250 senior IT and business decision makers that took part in the research, 78% said that their organisation was now using […]

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CIOs need to look beyond the CMO

All you need to do to become a successful digital business is get your CIO and CMO to play nicely with each other and everything else will fall in to place. Or so it would appear from the seemingly endless supply of articles and surveys talking about the importance of the CIO-CMO relationship to digital […]

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