Chap5 - Organizational Structures that Support Strategic Initiatives 5.1 Compare the responsibilities of a chief information officer(CIO chief

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Unformatted text preview: Organizational Structures that Support Strategic Initiatives 5.1 Compare the responsibilities of a chief information officer (CIO), chief technology officer (CTO), chief privacy officer (CPO), chief security officer (CSO), and chief knowledge office (CKO) 5.2 Explain the gap between IT people and business people and the primary reason this gap exists 5.3 Define the relationship between information security and ethics Organizational employees must work closely together to develop strategic initiatives that create competitive advantages Ethics and security are two fundamental building blocks that organizations must base their businesses upon Information technology is a relatively new functional area, having only been around formally for around 40 years Recent IT-related strategic positions: • Chief Information Officer (CIO) • Chief Technology Officer (CTO) • Chief Security Officer (CSO) • Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) • Chief Knowledge Office (CKO) Chief Information Officer (CIO) – oversees all uses of IT and ensures the strategic alignment of IT with business goals and objectives Broad CIO functions include: • Manager – ensuring the delivery of all IT projects, on time and within budget • Leader – ensuring the strategic vision of IT is in line with the strategic vision of the organization • Communicator – building and maintaining strong executive relationships Average CIO compensation by industry What concerns CIOs the most...
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This note was uploaded on 12/23/2011 for the course INFO 82731 taught by Professor Dr.allisonj.morgan during the Fall '11 term at Howard.

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Chap5 - Organizational Structures that Support Strategic Initiatives 5.1 Compare the responsibilities of a chief information officer(CIO chief

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