New CIOs need at least two years to take charge, research finds

Some CIOs are not given enough time to fully take control of their role when they start a new job, research has found. According to a report, ‘How Newly Appointed Chief Information Officers (CIOs) Take Charge’, anecdotal data suggests that while CIOs have average tenures comparable to other executive roles, the rate of involuntary job […]
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