Digital transformation is shaping the way organizations compete for talent. In a new VMware global study, conducted in partnership with independent research firm Vanson Bourne, more than 6,000 employees, human resources and IT decision makers discuss the key digital experience factors affecting employee recruitment and retention.
Over the next five years, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) will lead their companies toward fundamentally new ways of doing business. Already leaders in corporate strategy and innovation, the CIOs of 2025 will be much more heavily invested in business outcomes, with direct responsibility for generating revenue. They will work closely with other leaders to understand how business units make their money and where competitive pressures exist, using their expertise to build solutions specifically aimed at improving topline results. These are some of the key findings from a Forbes Insights survey of more than 650 global CIOs from organizations with annual revenue of $1 billion or more. This brief highlights the key opportunities enterprise CIOs will have in the next few years and the challenges they must confront as they steer their companies toward success—accelerating business and generating revenue, as well as ensuring their own personal evolution in the process.
Over the next several years, chief information officers (CIOs) will see their roles radically change—to an extent that changes the cultures of their companies in turn.Learn More
Michael Dell urges technology leaders, as well as business leaders, to put technology at the center of everything they do and to create the urgency needed to transform before their competitors do.Learn More