CIOs continue to be under massive pressure to innovate and deliver new technologies that boost the bottom line. Simultaneously, they must improve legacy systems and infrastructure and make sure they have a talented and motivated IT staff.
No wonder CIOs feel as if they are juggling chain saws while walking a tight rope. They're so focused on critical projects or keeping basic services running that they often make crucial mistakes, many of which can be career-enders.
Drawing upon personal experience and dozens of conversations with current and ex-CIOs, here are some of the top CIO mistakes and how you can correct or, even better, avoid them.
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Tony Pagliarulo is partner and practice leader of IT Transformation at NewVantage Partners. View Full Bio