Gartner Research

10 CEO Information and Technology Resolutions for 2015

Published: 29 January 2015

ID: G00274029

Analyst(s): Mark Raskino


This research offers ideas for ways that CEOs can lead and assist their executive teams and CIOs to deliver superior performance in digital and IT-related business change.

Table Of Contents


  • Introduction
  • The 2015 Situation
    • Digital Business Change Is a Compulsory Team Sport
    • Digital Capability Is Being Inspected
    • CEOs Must Uphold Digital Progress, Discipline and Morale
  • 2015 CEO Resolutions
    • Define What Digital Business Success Looks Like
    • Challenge Old Macro Business Rules
    • Discuss Digital Business Futures With Competitors
    • Redesign the CIO Role, Do Not Delete It
    • Ensure a Personal Understanding of Cyberthreats and Defenses
    • Keep Digital Innovation in Your Public Talk Track
    • Add Techquisitions to Your M&A Watch List
    • Create or Reinvigorate a Digital Business Innovation Center
    • Revisit Core Competency in the Age of Transparency
    • Call for an Inventory of Data Assets

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