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The great technology and industry disruptors
Is your company doing business as usual? You'd better change that game plan, and fast, because you risk other digital disruptors leaving you behind in the dust. That was the message from five IT leaders at big-name, traditional companies -- Staples and CVS Health among them -- that are currently undergoing a digital transformation. What's the hard part, according to these industry disruptors? Not just building a roadmap for digitizing business processes, but also figuring out how to use their roles to help their organizations redefine their industries. In the cover story of this month’s CIO Decisions, we dig into how five IT leaders-as-industry-disruptors are doing just that.
Also in this issue, we take a look at how CIOs are under pressure to use data monetization to nab market share, dig into how to build a stellar senior leadership team, investigate why the right personality mix is crucial to a startup team, and unpack the ins and outs of the so-called outcome economy.
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Features in this issue
Here is how five IT leaders are making digital disruption happen.
Digital leaders from two very different industries talk about how they are helping their companies identify opportunities in a digital business world.
Is data monetization the new gold rush? CEOs and boards of directors think so, and they are looking to CIOs to strike it rich.
You're only as good as your direct reports, says leadership coach and author Joseph Flahiff. Here's how to build a senior leadership team that makes breakthrough contributions to the business.
Smart products and services put a new twist on the old idea of giving customers what they want. Allan Alter explains the new 'outcome economy.'
Finding people with the right experience and skills to build your new business is critical, but it's the personality mix of a startup team that can make or break a small business.
Columns in this issue
Digital disruption has become a catch-all term used indiscriminately to telegraph that digital technologies have turned businesses upside down. That's about right. Now, how will your business survive the journey to digital transformation?