Workday: The CIO of the Future: Combining Technology and Business Expertise
Digital transformation offers an extraordinary opportunity for CIOs to step forward and take a leadership role in helping their organizations leverage technology to disrupt the competition, break into new markets, and stay relevant for the long term. Thanks to their unique view across the enterprise, CIOs are also keenly positioned to see the interdependencies that exist between organizational functions (e.g. finance, HR) and business units. This distinct perspective allows CIOs to identify opportunities for streamlining systems and processes, for bridging organizational silos, and to apply transformative business improvements.
Workday: Technology Innovation Drives Business Growth: The New Role of the CIO
CEOs now look to their CIOs to provide guidance on digital strategy and support business growth through technology. Discover how CIOs can align to what their executives want and help their companies thrive in today’s rapidly changing business environment.
AARP: CIO: More than Meets the I
It is no secret that tech is the key competitive advantage today. Why then pigeonhole the CIO as simply the head of a commoditized function? At AARP, our bottom line is fighting for and equipping the nearly 38 million Americans 50-plus whom we represent people to live their best lives. We help them achieve and sustain health security—financial resilience—and personal fulfillment.