• Be seen as proactive and engaged enablers of change in today’s dynamic business environment;
• Do a better job of anticipating user requirements and emerging technological capabilities;
• Move beyond today’s traditional “command and control” IT management culture; and
• Step even earlier into the process of influencing the priorities that more traditional executive leadership positions have set for their organizations.
Over 130 senior technology executives participated in a series of roundtable discussion held by Dell Services and moderated by CIO magazine. The CIOs who participated in the roundtable represented a broad cross section of the market, including: Financial Services, Government Agencies (Federal, State and Local), High-Technology, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Professional Services, and Research & Academia.
For a detailed analysis of the proceedings -- including verbatim responses to discussion points and a survey analysis of key areas in which CIOs plan to make operational adjustments -- visit:
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