Get into shape – Take part in the 2018 Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey
There is a staggering amount of change happening around the world – whether that’s political, economic, social or technological.
And as a technology leader, you will be at the centre of it all. Whether it’s dealing with uncertainty in markets, or implementing new business models, or dealing with the opportunities and threats posed by automation, disruption, blockchain, security… the list goes on.
So, what is the right shape for an organisation to successfully compete? And just how should the technology leader shape themselves to succeed in this rapidly changing environment, and not be left behind?
This year’s Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey shines a light on it all. Now celebrating its 20th year, the research is one of the most trusted and extensive international reports on the business of IT leadership and everything that comes with it. This year’s report features unique additional insights from MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research.
The survey takes 15 – 20 minutes to complete and all participants will receive:
A full copy of the final 50+ page report
A complimentary invite to one of our exclusive launch events held in 25 locations across the world
A Personal Benchmark Report – a document, unique to you, comparing your key survey responses with your CIO Peer group. Here’s an example.
Last year almost 4,500 CIOs and technology executives from more than 80 countries took part and benefited from insights to help with their business and career planning.
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