Harvey Nash & KPMG launches the latest results from our CIO Survey 2018
Based on the 2018 CIO Survey – the world’s largest IT, business and leadership study – we will address these issues with some of Sweden’s sharpest CIOs. Welcome!
Increasing IT budgets IT departments that feel they are still good at understanding organisational needs, choosing the right technology and adapting to company strategy. At the same time, fewer CIOs consider their strategic influence increasing and that they are worse equipped this year to take on the entire digital agenda. What are on the minds of our digital leaders? What programs and initiatives do they use to increase revenues for the business? How can CIOs and CDOs benefit from each other to jointly increase the value to the organisation? And how do you successfully balance governance and innovation?
Based on the 2018 CIO Survey – the world’s largest IT, business and leadership study – we will address these issues with some of the Nordics sharpest CIOs.
- Stockholm – 12 Juni 2018
- Göteborg – 13 Juni 2018
- Copenhagen – August 2018 (TBA)
About the CIO Survey
By Harvey Nash and KPMG, it is the world’s largest study of IT, business and leadership. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) participates in the analysis work.
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