Digital transformation efforts will fall flat without trust

Digital transformation efforts will fall flat without trust

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Building Trust

CIOs can't expect to drive strategic digital change across their organization if they do not first establish credibility and trust with their fellow business leaders. Collaboration and shared accountability are the keys to effectively communicating hat new digital trends are and how they can benefit the business. Trust in a shared vision can also empower business leaders in the organization to embrace new technology, and enable CIOs to become partners in raising the skills bar needed to do so.

Download the HBR report “Driving Digital Transformation: New Skills for Leaders, New Role for the CIO” to learn how leading CIOs and IT executives are building the trust within their organization – and how you can, too.

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Carla Rudder is a writer and content manager on The Enterprisers Project.

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