Will Business/IT Agility Eat Strategy for Breakfast?
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Will Business/IT Agility Eat Strategy for Breakfast?

CXO - Will Business/IT Agility Eat Strategy for Breakfast?

Some organizations are adopting a “fail small” and/or “fail quick” approach to technology that pushes internal IT and leverages shadow IT to see what works. If everyone were to approach business this way, then what happens to the strategic innovation that a CIO is expected to enable/lead/drive? Instead of evolving into the Chief “Innovation” Officer,” won’t this force CIO’s to regress back to their roots where they were just responsible for data, security, and integration issues?

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Jerry Johnson, Chief Information Officer and Director of Information Technology Services, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

PNNL is a Department of Energy Office of Science national laboratory that solves complex problems in energy, national security and the environment, and advances scientific frontiers in the chemical, biological, materials, environmental and ... More   View all posts

Dr. Vince Kellen, CIO, The University of Kentucky

Dr. Vince Kellen currently serves as the chief information officer for the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), as well as a member of the Chancellor's Cabinet, and vice chancellor and chief financial officer's senior management team... More   View all posts
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