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The Mortgage Bankers Association's CIO Runs Strategy and Member Services for Good Measure

Peter Grace is the CIO and SVP of Strategy and Member Services. In this role, he has the traditional CIO responsibilities, but he has leveraged his background as consultant and process expert.

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IT Is Ready to Adopt DevOps but Runs Into Barriers

IT departments are very familiar with the concepts and potential benefits of DevOps, and they are quite capable of taking advantage of DevOps when launching app deployments. However, a number of challenges are holding them back from maximizing the value of this increasingly popular foundation of tech practices, according to a recent Read More »

CFA Institute's CIO Drives Digital Experience

CIO Elaine Cheng's goal is to create digital experiences for CFA's members and exam candidates by building platforms that connect people and deliver information.

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Why Some Companies Are Replacing Their CIO

General dissatisfaction with tech leadership and IT support—as well as significant changes in company direction—are the most likely reasons that an organization will look to change its CIO, according to a recent survey from Deloitte. The accompanying report, "Taking... Read More »

How to Make a Business Case for Hiring a CDO

With business stakeholders increasingly demanding quick access to data, the vast majority of CIOs are convinced that their organization needs to hire a chief data officer (CDO), according to a recent survey from Experian Data Quality. The resulting report, "Read More »

CIOs Grow Frustrated With Hiring Delays

A notable share of CIOs said the hiring process is taking too long, according to a recent survey from Robert Half Technology. In fact, it typically takes well over a month—and sometimes up to three months—to bring a candidate on board. This puts CIOs in a difficult... Read More »

Why Your Employees May Be Looking for a New Job

A significant percent of workers plan to look for a new employer sometime during the year, according to a recent survey from Spherion Staffing. The resulting "2017 Emerging Workforce Study" indicates that salary dissatisfaction is driving much of the motivation to find new work. But a lack of... Read More »

Security Awareness Programs Need Full-Time Staff

The number of full-time employees devoted to security awareness programs and their ability to effectively communicate to and engage with employees are two main reasons why security awareness programs either thrive or fail, says a new report. Furthermore, women are twice as likely as men to be dedicated full-time to security awareness. The findings were made by the SANS Institute in its... Read More »

Why CIOs Struggle to Drive Business Innovation

While the majority of CIOs and other technology leaders believe they should be leading innovation efforts throughout their organization's business efforts, relatively few are actually doing this, according to the recent CIO survey from Harvey Nash and KPMG. The resulting report, "CIO... Read More »

Likability Is a Key Factor in Career Success

People choose to work with us. Being competent and effective is not enough. We also have to be likable, so people will work with us by choice, not by mandate.

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CIOs Must Deal With Staff Stress and Burnout

A majority of employees said they have reached the point of job burnout, with a significant number experiencing high or extremely high stress levels at work, according to a recent survey... Read More »

Why Are Companies Moving IT Back in House?

While a majority of organizations employ third-party service providers for some IT needs, a significant number of them plan to increase their use of in-house IT services in 2017, according to a recent survey from Clutch. The accompanying report, "IT Services for the Enterprise:... Read More »

IT Transformations Revamp Operations, Create Jobs

For CIOs and business leaders, digital transformation is about far more than "new tech toys." It's about overhauling the way organizations execute their core operational strategies and create jobs, according to "Digital Transformation Expected to Fuel–Not Curb–Job Creation," a recent survey from Appian.... Read More »

Why So Much of a CIO's Day Is Devoted to Security

A growing number of CIOs, other technology leaders and IT professionals are spending a considerable amount of their time troubleshooting security-related issues, according to a recent survey from Viavi Solutions. The resulting report, "State of the Network Study," reveals that a significant number of survey respondents are spending... Read More »

Mounting Security Threats Boost Status of CIOs

A recent study, "Virtualization Makes CIOs' Role Key," revealed that CEOs consider CIOs among the most important C-level executives, and they stressed that these IT leaders are important to decision-making strategies and... Read More »

Why Employee Appreciation Matters

Given the severe shortage of technology talent, CIOs can't underestimate the value of demonstrating appreciation for their staffers' good work. In fact, a growing number of employees said they are likely to quit a job if they don't feel appreciated, according to a Read More »

How CIOs Can Improve Their Staff's Engagement

Workforce engagement isn't strictly an employee thing or a management thing. It's actually an "everybody" thing, with individuals, teams, managers and executives playing a major role, according to a recent survey from the Engagement Institute, a joint venture of organizations that include the Conference Board and Deloitte Consulting. The resulting report, "Read More »

The Top 10 Achievements of a Year-One CDO

Successful chief digital officers make a positive impact on customers, employees and shareholders, and their success depends on several common attributes.

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How to Create a Winning Compensation Culture

Say goodbye to underwhelming raises that don't keep up with cost-of-living increases. Say hello to a new era in which compensation aligns with an overall corporate culture that prioritizes talent recruitment and retention, according to a recent survey from PayScale. The accompanying "Comp Is Culture: 2017 Compensation Best Practices... Read More »

10 Must-Have Professional Skills for CIOs

CIOs face a great many challenges these days: They're under constant pressure to deliver greater innovation, even if they're not getting more funding to do so. They need to justify tech investments by clearly forecasting their quantifiable and qualitative impact on ROI and problem-solving. They're tasked with recruiting the best and brightest tech talent in what could be the most competitive... Read More »

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