I hate to admit it, but I’ve seen too many CIOs get fired over the years.
I also dislike putting this in writing, but I have in most cases also have seen the warning signs in advance. Sometimes they were clients, sometimes they weren’t. And sometimes they listened to my advice, while other times they didn’t. Most could have avoided their fates had they followed some simple best practices.
After working and speaking with hundreds of CIOs across the world at various points throughout my career, I’ve picked up on the common warning signs in advance. There are some common patterns and bad habits that CIOs seem to. . .continue reading.
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