An effective CIO needs to be an independent thinker, unbiased communicator, versatile doer, and global head. The CIO role continues to evolve various changes due to the changing nature from it, from industry studies, nearly all CIOs have skill distance leaping from techie to strategist, or from good to great. In a day and neither should a CIO Rome was not built. What’s being needed to develop a great CIO?
Training, self-improvement, or empowerment, what’re key milestones in such a leadership transformation? In short, how to shape a CIO with management knowledge, quality, and dedication to work? Change is inevitable and with change comes the necessity to learn. There should be a balance between your organization and the individual, where the responsibility for learning can be involved.
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- Selecting the right strategy for each situation
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The organization should be able to identify fundamental skill requirements at different degrees of management and the average person must self-assess and identify what they lack to go ahead and seek to learn through whatever means is made available. It requires transparency at both ends of the range; the organization identifies what it needs and the individual identifies what they lack. And undoubtedly, both are establishing appropriate expectations to accomplish those goals.
An IT Specialist: Techie who was simply dragged into managing people and still gets deeply involved with technology decisions and architectures. Most CIOs of this type are not a good business manager and aren’t typically asked to the C-Table often. Can such CIOs wear strategist hat properly? A business Generalist: Such CIOs with technical knowledge or experience, have successfully managed a sizable part of the business. They spend their time mostly with customers, marketing/sales, executive team, supplier executives, and her/his staff.
Does such CIOs have eyesight or interest upon technology? No one comes to a senior management role ready for this role completely. Everyone will need some skills strengthened and some added. However, each of these types needs various degrees and types of knowledge, training, data, coaching, and continuous improvement. As their businesses change form, size, growth, and transformations, they need fitness and improvement too.
First of most, forward-looking organizations should enable their IT leaders to make a deep influence on people, process, and technology. Beyond that, CIOs are top-level officers, they must take the initiative to generate their own training route in general management and emerging systems. Then, when the CIO is at executive team meetings, he/she can offer those creative ideas that give organizations whatever competitive advantage can be done.