Get the leadership edge in the digital transformation.
CEOs and operational leaders may not understand the traditional language of IT, but they are clearly establishing an aggressive agenda for digital transformation. These executives are taking action and feeling increasingly more empowered to make their own IT decisions. The proof is evident in the amount of IT spending in their budgets—budgets outside of the IT organization.
With the accelerating pace of change, IT organizations are learning that they cannot be the gatekeepers for every new technology initiative. To deliver agility to their businesses, leading organizations are adjusting—even redefining—their IT business model, investments, collaboration, and service commitments.
This year's CIO Summit showcases how leading IT organizations have made this shift to be more responsive to their demanding business units. Several leading CIOs will share their experiences on how they adapted their organizations and technology resources to meet the challenges of their company's digital transformation.
Whether your interest is in overall IT strategy or specific technology domains, the challenge for IT is to respond at the speed of opportunity—which requires infrastructure, collaboration, and inspired workers. This year's CIO Summit will provide insights to help CIOs lead their own digital transformation.
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