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Is The CIO Becoming Extinct?

Is The CIO Becoming Extinct?

The role of CIO Role came into existence because technology became increasingly intrinsic to doing business and being competitive. However, today’s CIO often has to juggle many different skills: the financial acumen of a CFO, the strategic understanding of a marketer, savvy shopping skills, and the people skills of an HR executive. Will CIO’s become extinct? Or will their jobs just be absorbed into other management positions?

Contributors

    • H William Haser, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Tenneco
    • Yuvi Kochar, CTO and VP of Technology, The Washington Post

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Contributors

H William Haser

H William Haser, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Tenneco

H. William Haser is vice president and chief information officer, Tenneco. In this role, Haser has responsibility for the company's global information technology operations. He reports to Ken Trammell, Executive Vice President and CFO, and ... More   View all posts
Yuvi Kochar

Yuvi Kochar, CTO and VP of Technology, The Washington Post

Yuvi Kochar, as corporate CTO, collaborates with the major divisions of The Washington Post Company in the areas of technology strategy, architecture and Shared Information Technology Services. Under his leadership, Shared IT Services have ... More   View all posts
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