This blog lists the top 10 worldwide predictions for the CIO. Tech suppliers will also find this helpful in understanding the agenda of the CIO. These technology predictions are meant to help the enterprise with strategic planning within the typical five-year business planning cycle.
Driven by the acceleration of digital transformation within their enterprises, CIOs have engaged in a significant shift in their IT leadership objectives which are driving the development, monitoring, and usage of new IT metrics and KPIs. What are the new guiding principles being used to deal with the “service oriented” IT business required by the rapid introduction of new technologies? Such concepts may seem obvious when listed but are too often unknown during implementation of metrics.
Recently, I’ve had conversations with an increasing number of leaders who are digitally distraught. They are distraught because they can sense their organization is wavering on digital. As the champion of digital for their organizations, they know what needs to be done, but feel a lack of empowerment to get it done.
It’s been said that all businesses are technology companies in the age of digital transformation. It’s also true that many are becoming information businesses as the amount and value of data they produce and consume continues to increase. In fact, business leaders and CIOs will find themselves not only missing opportunities but also at a competitive disadvantage if they don’t leverage data assets before markets are crowded with competitors.
Welcome to Part 4 of this 5-Part blog series on Digital Transformation (DX). This blog focuses on one of the three strategic priorities for the enterprise – Data Monetization, the leveraging of data to create new digital revenue streams.
Welcome to Part 2 of this 5-Part series on digital transformation (DX) in the enterprise. Read on to learn the new IT capabilities required for DX and how enterprise leaders can help implement them.
The new blog series from IDC will inform IT and business leadership teams of the priorities of a digital transformation strategy and required digital capabilities. Part 1 identifies the top goals of digital transformation for enterprise executives and their leadership teams.