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CIO Dilemma: Be a Sprinter or Marathon Runner?

CIO Dilemma: Be a Sprinter or Marathon Runner?

A CIO needs to keep his/her IT organization agile to handle uncertainty, rapid business changes, disruptive innovations, and cater to management that may not have the patience to wait for long term IT projects. On the other hand, careful strategy, consistency of effort, and an eye focused firmly on future goals are also needed. What should a CIO train for? Becoming a sprinter or marathon runner?

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Jane Landon

Jane Landon, CIO, NYC Department Of Finance, NY, NY

In January of 2007, Jane joined New York City Department of Finance, as Deputy Commissioner and CIO for the Agency. As CIO, Jane is responsible for supporting the Agency's 16 Divisions that are involved in collecting over $24 Billion in Cit... More   View all posts
Steve Bandrowczak

Steve Bandrowczak, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Nortel Networks

As the global Chief Information Officer at Nortel Networks, Steven is responsible for managing one of the largest enterprise networks in the world and is often asked to share his expertise with corporate officers around the world, as a key ... More   View all posts
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