A new generation of technology executives are leading the way by rewriting the culture of IT
In this digitally-fueled age of the customer, the explosive growth of cloud computing, the continued rise in business-managed IT spend and incredible leaps in data analytics and automation, have all served to change the landscape of where technology resides and who has access and influence over it.
And in this environment, a new generation of technology executives are leading the way by rewriting the culture of IT. Structure is being replaced by fluidity, and control is being swapped for influence as business and technologists are finding new ways to collaborate and deliver business value. All faster, safer, and more cost-effectively than ever before.
The 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, the largest IT leadership survey in the world, shines a bright light on six key attributes of successful technology executives:
To read the full findings from the CIO Survey 2019 report and understand how digital leaders are outpacing their competitors in delivering real business results, please click here.
This is an update to an article that originally appeared in CIO.com as part of a KPMG paid sponsorship with IDG Enterprise.