INSIGHTS FROM IT LEADERS
Going into each conversations we had with top IT leaders, we wanted to understand what is and isn’t working in their respective organizations and industries, how they are dealing with unprecedented change MuleSoft, and what they are doing to unlock data and use that to navigate today’s digital landscape. As we looked back on these candid conversations, we noticed a few recurring themes:
- The growing need for business-savvy CIOs and IT leaders who can partner with the business to drive innovation.
- The critical role of diversity and inclusion, culture, and people in creating a successful IT team of the future.
- What digital transformation actually means and how CIOs are leading their organizations through it.
- The importance of weaving in privacy and security into everything.
The roles of the CIO and IT are rapidly changing in organizations across the globe. With the proliferation of the cloud, SaaS, mobile, big data, etc., more CEOs are looking to IT leaders to drive business strategy — and to do so through technology. It’s true, as the world becomes more digital, every company is becoming a tech company. The need for business-savvy CIOs and IT team of the future professionals to lead organizational transformation has never been higher. However, many still carry an antiquated view of IT — seeing them as a supporter of the business, not a driver. This is a high-risk misconception that could lead to the erosion of the market relevance of your company.
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