Changing role of the Chief Information Officer

The CIO role has changed with an increased focus on business change innovation.

A CIO in a modern organisation is required to possess business skills and the ability to relate to the organisation as a whole, as opposed to being a technological expert with limited functional business expertise.

Read the article about the changing role of the CIO from the Course Director, Rob Lambert.

If you want to know more information about the Cranfield IT Leadership Programme and learn how it will help you become a more effective IT Leader, click here.

If this programme is not suitable for you, but you have a colleague who you think would benefit from it, we kindly ask you to pass this email on.

For more information call + 44 (0) 1234 754498 or email m.bridge@cranfield.ac.uk, quoting reference CIA820.

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