1. Money makers, not money pits: Five ways the role of CIO is changing for the better

    Money makers, not money pits: Five ways the role of CIO is changing for the better

    There has never been a better time to be a CIO -- and the opportunities for smart IT executives are only likely to increase, according to research.

    The 2016 CIO Survey from recruitment consultant Harvey Nash and advisory firm KPMG shows successful IT leaders as embracing innovation, and taking key positions on the board.

    So what best practice lessons for IT leaders does the research contain?

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    1. The role of the CIO is changing and executives are spending far less time managing fortress IT.
    2. Technology management is no longer just about efficiency and stability.
    3. If technology chiefs aren't innovative, they will be circumnavigated.
    4. CIOs are in a very different place to five years ago.
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