Each year CIO magazine accepts inputs from IT leaders around the world asking them to highlight the key projects they believe made the biggest impact in their organizations.
Earlier this week, after a lengthy submission and review process, the industry gathered with the winners at the CIO 100 Symposium and Awards Ceremony to recognize, celebrate and share IT best practices for creating business value.
While I could not attend this year, I did take some time to review the CIO 100 2013 Winners Database and wanted to summarize some of the insights I gained in the process.
My top 5 observations include:
My final takeaway from looking at the list is a continued emphasis on innovation, efficiency and better decisions. Underneath this is the need for speed. Kim Nash wrote an article about the CIO 100 awards stating how Top CIOs Use IT to Speed Up the Business
Inside the Intel IT Leadership team, velocity and agility have been a key emphasis for point for a couple years now. Is velocity and agility a critical priority for your IT agenda? If not, why not?
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