How Does The CIO Influence Corporate Leadership?
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Times have changed.
Boardroom strategy used to go something like this.
CEO – “We want to make more money.”
Board Member – “How are we going to do that?”
CEO – “We have to be more efficient.”
Board Member – “We’ve hired the best efficiency experts out there and followed their advice, now what?”
CEO – “Then we have to cut costs.”
CFO – “I’ve looked at the numbers. There’s really very little room to cut costs.”
And that’s about where it all ground to a halt.
Sure, some plans were drawn up, but everyone knew that the results would be incremental at best.
Digital Transformation is changing this entire scenario.
By turning the whole situation on its head and asking the question, “What can we accomplish with technology that we weren’t able to accomplish before?”
Each process and department is scrutinized for ways to improve, automate, integrate, and streamline processes – resulting in cost reductions and efficiency/productivity improvements.
No. It’s about finding the best way to do things.
Often. Employees are excited about the potential for them to get away from menial, repetitive processes to work that has more impact and provides more job satisfaction.
CIO Advise IT consultants have watched CEOs and CXOs struggle with the shift that we have seen over the past years. Customer expectations have evolved in lockstep with the extraordinary advance of technology.
But we haven’t just been watching from the sidelines.
CIO Advise works with CEOs and CXOs to leverage Digital Transformation principles and build agile frameworks that can adapt to our rapidly changing marketplace landscape.
M&A Technology Due Diligence
Technology Strategic Planning
Data Modernization and Analytics
IT Executive Mentoring
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)