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Changing Roles of Cio’s in Today Society

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Many of the roles traditionally carried out by CIOs (Chief Information Officer) in the past have changed. CIOs today find themselves in roles as teaches as well as technical engineers. One of their main goals is finding ways to communicate effectively to leaders of business. A survey called “The State of the CIO” concluded that over twice as much time is spent communicating with upper management as opposed to advancing their knowledge in IT. To be recognized as someone who is a leader one must look to what a company might want such as profits as opposed to just doing one’s job. A CIO of today has to delegate authority as well as be a problem solver. This also comes down to communication knowing how and where to spend the company’s money. They find themselves depending on staff for the nuts and bolts and are turned to more for their insight.

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