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Main CIO's activities - evidences from a Delphi survey using Q-sort
by Roberto Carvalho; António Trigo; João Varajão; Luís Gonzaga Magalhães; Ricardo Colomo-Palacios
International Journal of Business Innovation and Research (IJBIR), Vol. 17, No. 4, 2018

 

Abstract: Nowadays, most organisations depend on information technologies (IT)/information systems (IS) to run their businesses achieve their goals. Knowing how to manage IT/IS is fundamental because it promotes a better use of resources and an increase in quality and productivity. The head of the IT/IS department is the chief information officer (CIO), who plays a central role, carrying out a diversified set of activities essential for the performance of the IS and, consequently, for the business success. This paper presents a Delphi survey, involving CIOs from large organisations, which were asked to identify the most important activities they perform. The findings reveal that the top activities are interacting with the top management, analyse business problems, identify opportunities, design IS solutions, IS planning, making strategic decisions, optimise business processes, evaluate IS performance and plan its optimisation, manage the IT team, and manage IS development and implementation.

Online publication date: Wed, 31-Oct-2018

 

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