Trend for Roles of CIO, CTO and the rise of the CDO

Conclusion: There has been considerable research and media coverage on the role of the CIO and its relevance in the new digital era. Cloud services are making big inroads and traditional responsibilities are changing. This could signal the end of the role of CIO in organisations or, at the very least, dramatically change the scope of responsibility and divide the function. Over the next 3-5 years many CIO roles will be restructured into two roles and this is already occurring internationally and Australia wide. Organisations are making this change because they need to position for change and growth and they do not feel that the CIO can lead that change. In many instances the CIO either leaves the organisation or is allocated to run internal operations and a new digital chief is appointed for the more externally facing growth positions. Savvy CIOs will position themselves to lead this alignment activity, divest responsibility for low growth value activities and remain relevant into the future.

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