The Deloitte CIO Survey 2015
No matter what pattern you fall into as a CIO—trusted operator, change instigator, or business co-creator—it’s crucial to adapt your approach to changing business circumstances, adjusting the way you interact with peers and the business based on your time and place.
We are pleased to share with you the findings from our 2015 global CIO survey, part of an expansive conversation with and among leading CIOs throughout the world. The survey was conducted by Deloitte’s CIO Program, representing our commitment to helping advance the careers, contributions, and impact of CIOs worldwide.
In this year’s Deloitte Belgium CIO Survey, we explore the nature of the CIO role and how he or she creates a legacy for his or her organisation
Deloitte’s CIO Program brings together a multidisciplinary team of Deloitte leaders and experienced professionals with a commitment to help CIOs tackle what’s next in the face of growing challenges and demands. One way we deliver against that commitment is through research that seeks to understand distinctions in CIO roles and approaches to creating value.
Our 2015 report explores how CIOs deliver value and prepare for what comes next. Despite our initial hypothesis, we found no significant differences across industries, geographies and company size in how CIOs delivered value. Instead we discovered that CIOs deliver value by adopting one of three behaviour patterns: trusted operator (42%), change instigator (22%) or business co-creator (35%).
The report explores:
- Framing the CIO legacy: the survey shows how the four framing elements that are business priorities, leadership and talent, relationship and technology investment shape the context in which CIOs deliver value today—and tomorrow.
- Sculpting your CIO legacy: which CIO are you? We identified three distinctive patterns based on how CIOs navigate the framing environment.
- Navigating the legacy landscape: No matter what pattern you fall into, it’s crucial to adapt your approach to changing business circumstances, adjusting the way you interact with peers and the business based on your time and place.
- CIO legacy as both art and science: Participating CIOs gives their candid views on their personal passions and motivations to do their job.