How do leading CIOs get acknowledged as a trusted adviser to the business? They avoid the top 7 credibility killers.
CIOs that define their relevance with uptime stats and SLAs lack credibility with their C-suite peers. Justifying your presence with operational metrics identifies you as the face of just another cost center—with no value-add to a business conversation.
Seats in the C-suite belong to leaders who measure their impact on the bottom line—if CIOs don’t quantify their value in language non-techies understand, they won’t be invited to the table.
Download this eBook to learn the 7 killers of CIO credibility and what you can do to avoid them.
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