What not to do to succeed as CIO
Joint meeting with Business-IT Interface Specialist Group
|Date||Monday 11 Nov 2002|
Witan Gate House, 500-600 Witan Gate, Central Milton Keynes, Bucks MK9 1ES
As the focus switches from big dumb IT spend to achieving strategic value from information - and the job market for conventional IT skills gets squeezed - what do organisations really need in their CIOs? And how do we ensure we're what they want? Are we looking at a new kind of Professional in IT?
Discussion kicked off by Ruth Wallsgrove and Christine Ashton of the BCS Business-IT Interface Group (BITSIG).
Christine is now Digital Business Director for BP Gas and Power, forging a successful career through bridging.
Ruth is currently running a cross-company project on the costs of managing information, for senior managers in Utilities who are more interested in managing information than hardware.
BITSIG is a specialist group for people working as the interface or interpreter between IT and business/users, whether this is on a specific project, as an internal account manager for IT or in developing general IT strategy or IT input into general business strategy. Its organisation is headquartered in Bedford.