The 6 Behaviors of CIOs at Companies Out-Innovating You

The 6 Behaviors of CIOs at Companies Out-Innovating You

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March 11, 2014
6 traits of IT-driven business innovators

CIOs who are focused on IT-driven business innovation tend to have six traits in common, according to new research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. These CIOs are helping their companies achieve significant business benefits and, in turn, are surging ahead of their competitors.

To learn more about these six behaviors, download the full report: Business Transformation and the CIO Role.

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