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2019 CEO Survey: CIOs Should Partner With CHROs to Bridge the Digital Talent Management Leadership Gap

Published: 18 April 2019

ID: G00387101

Analyst(s): Jason Cerrato , Christie Struckman , Mark Raskino , Graham Waller


Talent management and technology enablement are the competencies CEOs need to be developed most, but their heads of HR are rarely tech-savvy. This 2019 Gartner CEO and Senior Business Executive Survey finding means CIOs and CHROs must collaborate to close these strategic gaps.

Table Of Contents
  • Impacts


  • The CIO and the CHRO Are Ideal Partners to Bridge the Growing Enterprise Talent Management Gap

Impacts and Recommendations

  • At a Time When Digital Trends Are Transforming the Workforce, the CEO’s View of the CHRO as the Least Tech-Savvy Member of the C-Suite Invites a CIO-CHRO Partnership to Close Organizational Competency Gaps
  • As the Talent Gaps That CEOs Cite Intensify With Digital Change, CIOs Can Help Their CHROs Reinvent Talent Management as a More Adaptable, Employee-Centric and Analytics-Driven Discipline to Keep Pace

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