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A recent CIO Magazine survey found that 89 percent of chief information officers say they’re asked to be innovative but aren’t sure how to get there. This confusion is one of the industry challenges Dell has sought to understand. How do we reimagine innovation, and more specifically, how does the organization of the future benefit from innovation?
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Over the past four months we have asked senior IT executives from almost every industry to discuss how the role of the CIO is changing. Members of the media as well as industry thought leaders provided insights into how CIOs and IT departments are adjusting to the new realities of today’s corporate environment.
CompTIA, a professional development technology association, reports in a recent study that "93 percent of employers indicate there is an overall skills gap among their IT staff."
One of the most important exercises today’s CIOs can do is ask themselves what organizational and operational activities they should start, stop or do differently.
Joe Topinka is vice president of multichannel commerce and chief information officer for Red Wing Shoes, the Minneapolis-based work boot company that has served customers for more than 100 years.
IT Leadership is challenged to keep the lights on, drive innovation and create unique value for customers. Once IT executives have a seat on the business strategy committee, there is a responsibility to influence how technology enables the business to grow and thrive.