Infographic: 7 new rules of the road for CIO leadership

Infographic: 7 new rules of the road for CIO leadership

There are no shortcuts for leading digital transformation. Follow this new set of CIO leadership rules identified by your peers and HBR Analytic Services to navigate disruptive times

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The traditional rules of CIO leadership need to take a backseat in this new digital era of disrupt or be disrupted. Transformative CIOs are following a new set of rules, according to new research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. 

The research, sponsored by The Enterprisers Project, identifies seven new rules transformational CIOs are using to successfully steer their organizations through the twists and turns associated with digital transformation. 

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Infographic: 7 new rules of the road for CIO leadership

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The new rules of CIO leadership

By Harvard Business Review Analytic Services
As community manager for The Enterprisers Project, Ginny Hamilton helps build the site's community of CIOs, IT leaders, and readers. She is responsible for helping tell the stories of leading IT executives – showcasing the projects, experiences, and challenges they're facing in their roles as IT leaders.

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