Supply chains are no longer focused wholly on just-in-time delivery and logistics any more than CIOs are focused entirely on help desks and printers
Jason Dury, Jack O'Meara write in CIO Dive,
"The job of chief information officer is not for those that have trouble managing stress, time, or big issues. CIOs who take an enterprise-wide and business leadership view of their responsibilities have numerous, immensely important, wide-ranging, and both strategic and operationally detailed roles.
CIOs have to work in a collaborative way with other business and government leaders because there is inevitably overlap in key functional areas. And some of these areas, such as cybersecurity, are growing significantly..."
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