Tips for overcoming the CIO paradox

07/18/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Enterprises are racing to keep from falling behind the technology curve, and CIOs are experiencing a renewed relevance, but reconciling the new role of IT with legacy business models can be a challenging endeavor, Martha Heller writes. To succeed, tech leaders must not only convince business management to make new investments that may not show immediate returns, but they need to grow a new generation of IT talent that embodies the technical prowess of yesterday with the strategic insight to thrive today, she writes.

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