Pilots, co-pilots, and engineers

Digital transformation insights from CIOs for CIOs

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Digital technologies have been the lifeblood of many businesses since disruption began in 2020. But even though companies accelerated their digital transformation initiatives, our research finds that most CIOs are not fully prepared to help their companies withstand another major disruption.

This is just one of the findings from our study exploring the CIO's influence over business transformation and how they are adapting.

Every journey needs a guide

We uncover three core groups: the pilots who drive transformation; the co-pilots partnering with business leaders; and the engineers who simply keep things running.

Our report — created in partnership with the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium and industry academic, Tom Davenport — holds insights from more than 500 CIOs. Plus, views from global financial services firm Morgan Stanley, electronics company Harman International, and insurer Liberty Mutual, to name a few.

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