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China Summary Translation: '2018 CEO Survey: CIOs Should Guide Business Leaders Toward Deep-Discipline Digital Business'

Published: 24 August 2018

ID: G00367305

Analyst(s): Mark Raskino, Owen Chen


CIOs can use trend insights from the 2018 Gartner CEO and Senior Business Executive Survey to deepen the enterprise's discipline and commitment to digital business.

Table Of Contents



2018 CEO Survey: CIOs Should Guide Business Leaders Toward Deep-Discipline Digital Business

  • Key Findings
  • Recommendations


  • Report Overview
  • CEO Priorities and Business Landscape Assessment in 2018 and 2019
    • Growth Is CEOs' Top Priority, but Capacity Limits Are Changing in How It Will Be Achieved
    • Digital Business Matters to CEOs as Much as Ever
  • Analysis and Advice
  • Lock in the Leadership to Deep Digital Business Change
    • Confirm Commitment
    • Assert Authority
    • Tune the Table
  • Make the Model Shift to the New Digital Business Model(s) Ahead
    • Crystalize the Model
    • Commit the Revenue Switch
    • Start Digital Productivity Engineering
  • Transform the Talent Base to Fuel the Future Digital Business
    • Make Talent the No. 1 Priority
    • Develop a Talent School
    • Specify the Culture Shift
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix
    • Survey Firmographics

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