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GB704.62 – Session 10 – Nov 11, 2010 The CIO
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Chief Information Officer  (CIO) Title first coined in 1970s  Gartner group definition of  the CIO’s role: “To provide technology  vision and leadership for  developing and  implementing IT initiatives  that create and maintain  leadership for the enterprise  in a constantly changing  and intensely competitive  marketplace.”
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Evolution of the CIO Phase 1 1970s Phase 2 1980s Phase 3 1990s Phase 4 2000s Phase 5 2010s Title DP/EDP/MIS Manager Chief Information Officer Chief Infrastructure Officer Chief Integration Officer Chief Innovation or Irrelevant Officer Hardware Invention Mainframe Centralized Mainframe Decentralized Client-Server Distributed Networked Wireless Multi-device Ubiquitous Applications Special purpose Financial Transactional ERPs, CRMs Mobile apps Networking Darpa Bitnet WWW Browser Wars – Netscape & IE E-commerce Ubiquitous information Development methodology 2GL-focused Machine Dependent 3GL-focused Procedural Machine Independent 4GL-focused Non-procedural Data Independent Object-oriented Prototyping, UML Content-Oriented Agile; RAD Personnel Experimenters Technologists Process Thinkers Business Managers Innovators (back to experimenters) Ended with PCs in 1981 Netscape going public Y2K on 1/1/2000 Proliferation of cell-phone apps TBD Gorilla Vendor IBM IBM Cisco Cisco TBD Overall focus Will it work? What’s the cost? Will it crash? Can we do it anywhere? Can we do it all?
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Richard Nolan’s Classic Stages of Growth From his Seminal January 1974 HBR Article
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The CIO’s  Responsibilities 1. Championing the  organization 2. Architecture management 3. Business strategy  consultant 4. Business technology  planning 5. Applications development 6. IT infrastructure  management 7. Sourcing 8.
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