Finding the right CIO


The position of chief information officer (CIO) has in recent years become one of the keys to a financial institution's ability to align its technology with its business objectives. Marcello Mosca explains the criteria against which CIOs are evaluated

Defining what a CIO is and does is probably an easier task than specifying the skills and personality of the right person for the role in an organisation. Each enterprise will have different needs and expectations.

Perhaps a good starting point

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