Published: 23 February 2018
Government CIOs face unique environmental challenges: chronic IT underinvestment, proliferation of adjacent digital roles, cost center views of IT, lagging technologically and scarce digital leadership. To succeed, they must become master CIOs with well-rounded, mature skills and competences.
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- What Is a Master CIO?
- Why Should You Become a Master CIO in Government?
- Master CIOs in Government Face Challenges Unique to Their Industry
- Lack of Pervasive Digital Leadership
- CIOs and IT Viewed as an Administrative Support Function
- Proliferation of "Adjacent" Roles
- Mismatch of Time Scales
- Growing IT Underinvestment
- Technology Outpacing Governments' Ability to Adapt and Respond
- Reshaping the Workforce
- How Can You Become a Master CIO in Government?
- Maximize Your Flexibility
- Prioritize Personal Development
- Form and Empower a Coalition of Allies
- Change the Tone, Content and Level of the Dialogue Around Technology
- Build Confidence and Trust in IT, and Assume a Digital Leadership Role
- Foster Greater Executive Engagement