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Feature: C-suite Study Interview – Hear from a CIO
Erwin Verstraelen, CIO of AVEVE, a Belgian agriculture company, discusses how the CIO achieves innovation through enterprise transformation by driving the relationship with customers. Watch the video to hear more about the role of the CIO, collaboration with C-suite peers, and the importance of speaking the language of the organization.
Later this month, the Center for CIO Leadership will publish a report speaking to what this means to Africa CIOs and IT leaders, answering the question, “Can IT leaders deliver on the strategic potential of emerging IT?” We will continue the conversation in our blog, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Tell us how you, as an IT leader or CIO, are delivering on the strategic potential of emerging IT, including cloud computing, mobile, analytics, and social business. Hear what others are saying in our executive perspectives series.
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Join The Center for CIO Leadership community on a variety of social networks.1. LinkedIn: join the LinkedIn group to participate in the latest discussions and to connect with your peers. The Center for CIO Leadership LinkedIn community is where the Center posts member only events and virtual roundtables. If you have a topic you would like to discuss with group members, post it under the Discussions tab.
2. Blog: Follow our blog to keep up with the latest news, emerging trends and thought leadership. Learn how others are advancing the CIO profession and participate in the dialogue.
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