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The New IT Organization and the Changing Role of the CIO: Results of the 2011 Beyond The Crossroads Study

A Collaborative Study Between The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium and How will the CIO role evolve in the digital business world? New business realities and the need for proven, quantifiable business value are changing nearly everything for IT organizations and their leaders. But this is not just evolutionary change, it’s revolutionary. IT is in […]

Raytheon seeks to innovate around IT security services

Michael Daly, CISO, Ratheon As large-scale security breaches become more commonplace, the challenge for most CIOs and chief information security officers (CISOs) is just trying to keep up with the threats — never mind innovating around IT security services.

Codelco CIO transforms business with business process automation

MARCO ANTONIO ORELLANA SILVA, CIO, Codelco-Chile Codelco-Chile’s CIO, who won this year’s MIT Innovation award, explains how business process automation is changing how the mining company operates.

CIO revs up highway patrol with massive application modernization

CLIFFORD GRONAUER, CIO, Missouri State Highway Patrol Most CIOs take on application modernization one legacy app at a time. That wasn’t the case with the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s intrepid CIO.

How Do CIOs Lead Innovation?

My takeaway from the New IT Innovation Models Panel By Bal Mahale*, Panel Captain MIT has always been associated with innovation and hence this panel had a special place in the Symposium. We put together a panel of experts from diverse backgrounds to get the full perspective. It included, Roy Rosin, Chief Innovation Officer at […]