The evolving role of the Chief Information Officer as a catalyst to business excellence has changed significantly in recent years.
Investment in the latest technology does not automatically guarantee success. The strategic management of information through the use of information technology systems enables alignment of corporate strategy with the high-speed business environment of today. The CIO is increasingly called upon to take a leadership role that will assist their organization to gain a competitive edge in the new digital economy.
The Conference Board’s Council of Chief Information Officers (CCIO) provides members with the opportunity to discover how CIOs in leading-edge public and private sector organizations, are managing these challenges and opportunities.
Canadian CIO Outlook - Call to Action
There are still two weeks remaining to have input into our annual Canadian CIO Outlook. We are conducting a study on the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing Canadian Chief Information Officers (CIO). A key part of the study is a nation-wide survey of CIOs and senior IT leaders to measure changing priorities, challenges, concerns, and strategies for success. As a leader in the space, we would be grateful if you could take the time to participate in the survey. Responses will be kept confidential and the results will be analyzed and reported in aggregate with no identifiers in the report. Completing the survey will give you a chance to win a Sonos Smart Speaker!
“I'm excited to be a part of an organization whose focus is Canada first! The Council acts as a forum for industry experts, encouraging discussions, debates and the sharing of knowledge about important industry developments in an open environment. Through this collaborative approach, members play a key role in furthering the Council's mandate and supporting the growth of Canada's businesses and global economic footprint. Also, members have the opportunity to learn from each other and apply those knowledge assets to enhance value within their own organizations.”
—Helen Polatajko, CIO Member, Emeritus