How do you engage the CFO on IT strategy (not just budget)?
pcalento 2 years ago
A recurring question that faces CIOs is whether their CFOs view IT as strategic or as a cost center. A <a href="http://bit.ly/rJMfxD">quick poll </a> on Enterprise CIO Forum reveals the following: STRATEGIC 42%; COST CENTER 68%
One way to change perception is to have a strategic series of conversations. Wondering if anyone is doing this and what the perception has been.
--<a href="http://bit.ly/paul_calento">Paul Calento</a>
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