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Three Key Steps for a New CIO’s First 100 Days

Three Key Steps for a New CIO’s First 100 Days

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As a newcomer to the business, you naturally face some resistance, and the reality is that CEOs tend to trust the robust financial shrewdness of CFOs when it comes to business decisions. To earn a seat at the table as an influencer, Gartner advises CIOs to engage quickly in order to build relationships and demonstrate leadership.

How to do that, and more, is covered in this report, which guides you on how to:

  • Display financial acumen by becoming an indirect top-line growth contributor for the organization
  • Demonstrate pioneer or fast-follower spirit — or at least show genuine care about it — by building and leading an inventory of the potential breakthroughs the company might indulge in
  • Shape the culture required to face company challenges by partnering with the CHRO (Chief Human Resource Officer)
Three Actions for New CIOs to Build Solid Rapport With C-Level During Their First 100 Days

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