CIO mission Definitions

  • T

    think tank

    A think tank is an organization that gathers a group of interdisciplinary scholars to perform research around particular policies, issues or ideas.

  • thought leader (thought leadership)

    A thought leader is a person who or organization that is widely recognized as an expert in a given field and whose opinions are in high demand. Thought leaders use their influence to change their fields, to make money and to add value to the people and organizations that seek their expertise.

  • threat hunter (cybersecurity threat analyst)

    A threat hunter, also called a cybersecurity threat analyst, is a security professional or managed service provider (MSP) that proactively uses manual or machine-assisted techniques to detect security incidents that may elude the grasp of automated systems.

  • transactional leadership

    Transactional leadership is a leadership style where the executive relies on rewards and punishments to achieve optimal job performance from his or her subordinates.

  • transformational leadership

    Transformational leadership describes the ability of an organization's management to foster significant change, often by leveraging new technology.

  • U

    unsourcing

    Unsourcing is the transfer of an organization's customer service and support functions from paid employees to unpaid or low-paid online communities.

  • UX (user experience)

    User experience (UX) encompasses all aspects of an end user's interaction with and attitude toward a given IT system or services, including the interface, graphics and design.

  • V

    value innovation

    Value innovation is the implementation of upgrades or new technologies designed to help a company differentiate its products or services while lowering costs.

  • value proposition

    A value proposition is a statement that clearly identifies the benefits a company's products and services will deliver to its customers.

  • vendor management office (VMO)

    A vendor management office (VMO) is an internal unit within an enterprise that is charged with evaluating third-party providers of goods and services, supervising day-to-day interactions and managing longer-term relationships.

  • vendor risk management (VRM)

    Vendor risk management (VRM) is a comprehensive plan for identifying and decreasing potential business uncertainties and legal liabilities regarding the hiring of 3rd party vendors for IT products and services.

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