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Real World Case: Toyota, Procter & Gamble, Hess Corp.,Others

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After reading the case, what do you think are the most important competencies for the successful CIO of tomorrow? How do you rate yourself in those? Had you considered the importance of these skills and abilities before? Answer in narrative form using APA referencing for all sources.

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The most important competencies for the CIO of tomorrow are long-term strategic thinking and planning. In addition, the ability to collaborate and influence is the competency that CIOs must have. Expertise in running IT is the next important competency followed by the ability to develop and mentor successors for the position of CIO (O'brien 2012). It is critical for a CIO to be business savvy and know how to use technology to improve ...

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