CIO Face Off – Bean Counter vs. Investor

CIO Face Off – Bean Counter vs. Investor

A Bean Counter prides him/herself on efficiency and predictability. He/she expends steady but sure progress at reaching goals.  An Investor takes calculated risks. Risk of failure comes with the possibility of job lost, but success could pay off well beyond expectations. The two mindsets seem mutually exclusive. Are they? Which mindset would work best for a CIO, and under what circumstances?


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