Organization CEOs and association executive directors ask me all the time what they should be looking for in a CIO candidate. More importantly, they are wondering how to assess if the candidate has the IT factor (get it? Pun intended).

IT is now inextricably connected to business success (or failure), the stakes are higher and leaders need to choose the right strategic resource.

But how? How can you select an internal or external resource that makes business-based IT decisions? Which questions do you ask to ensure you hire a strategic, as opposed to a tactical, decision maker?

The answer is none. Read more here…

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