Succeeding in a digital business world requires a workforce that is inspired, engaged and ready to take on new ways of working. CIOs can leverage this resource by ensuring their leadership acknowledges that the No. 1 priority is people, both individuals and teams, and that they must develop, execute and communicate a plan that puts people at the center. This includes ensuring that the IT organization has the right combination of skills, competencies and experience. CIOs can build a high-performance workforce by taking a comprehensive view and approach to their people practices.
At Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo™, CIOs and IT executives will learn how to differentiate cultural characteristics from operating model constructs, and recruit and retain the talent needed to succeed in a highly competitive business environment. Below are answers to some of the most pressing leadership, people and culture questions as well as highlighted sessions at this year's conference.