Smart city initiatives provide government CIOs with opportunities to lead, but they must seize the moment or risk being relegated to the role of technical tacticians. Whether chosen as a point person or a collaborator, government CIOs must step up to the challenge to drive smart innovation.
- Establish the CIO's Role as a Community Leader by Focusing on Developing Relationships Outside the Government
- Develop a Strong Technical Foundation for Smart City Initiatives
- Build a Culture of Innovation by Establishing Bimodal Practices, Developing a Data Analytics Program and a Mechanism for Sharing Ideas and Feedback From All Levels of the Organization
- Collaboration and Stakeholder Ecosystem Leadership
- A Smart City Platform
- A Culture of Innovation
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