IT leadership: CEO's toughest role

Teresko, John
September 1995
Industry Week/IW;9/18/95, Vol. 244 Issue 17, p53
Trade Publication
Reports on the role of the chief executive officer regarding the use of information technology in management. Need for conceptual understanding of available information technology and how it relates to the strategic use of information within organizations; Organization's requirements; Ability to make timely decisions; Respond quickly to customers; Survival; Need for senior management to be visionary.


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