Gartner Research

CEOs and CIOs Must Co-Design the C-Suite for Digital Leadership

Published: 22 November 2013

ID: G00258536

Analyst(s): Mark Raskino , Dave Aron , Patrick Meehan, Jennifer S. Beck


New digital and data C-leader roles are appearing in business. CEOs and CIOs must assess the deep change drivers and recent IT history to design for long-term success.

Table Of Contents
  • Impacts


Impacts and Recommendations

  • Global shifts in economic growth are reawakening business leaders to the strategic opportunities of information and technology
    • Recommendations
  • The new appetite for investment in technology-related change to the business is causing companies to create new C-leader roles to focus and accelerate change
    • Head of E-Business Offers a Lesson From History
    • There Are Two Kinds of Chief Digital Officer
    • The Chief Data Officer May Be Fewer in Number but More Persistent
    • Recommendations

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