Gartner Research

2016 CIO Agenda: A Benelux Perspective

Published: 19 February 2016

ID: G00297506

Analyst(s): Bjorn Zeeman, Anne Romagnoli, Geert Visker, Hans Van Grieken, Toon Geensen


Benelux CIOs claim that they are adapting to bimodal thinking faster than their global peers, yet the percentage of budget they spend on Mode 2 initiatives is 7% lower than their peers. Most do not perceive themselves as their CEO's trusted advisor concerning their organization's digital strategy.

Table Of Contents

Survey Objective

Data Insights

  • Economic Outlook
  • Management Focus
  • Digitization Is Intensifying
  • Risk Appetite: External Risk Versus Internal Ambitions
  • IT Budget Trends, Spending and Technology Choices
  • Putting Your Bimodal Money Where Your Mouth Is
    • Call to Action
    • Call to Reflection
  • CIO Management Challenges, Advisory Role and Career Perspective
    • Call to Action
  • Methodology

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