A Luxembourgish outlook on the Global 2014 Deloitte CIO survey
Deloitte ran its global survey for CIOs and equivalent IT leaders, gathering insights from over 900 CIOs across 49 countries. Participation by Luxembourg technology leaders has given us the opportunity to understand how IT organisations in Luxembourg currently compare with their global counterparts.
Last year we explored the effectiveness of CIOs as business partners and the need for them to step up to make a greater impact in the boardroom. This year we extend that concept and turn the spotlight on the role of the CIO as a business leader of growth through innovation.
The global Deloitte CIO survey took place over a period of two months, covering 28 questions, with an increase in participants of approximately 20% compared with 2013. The high response rate achieved across the globe has allowed us to make better geographical comparisons and draw stronger conclusions on regional and country-specific trends.
We are delighted to present some of the preliminary key findings from the survey, based on our local market knowledge, delivering insights focused on Luxembourg. We have carefully selected the results for our local market, which we believe would be of most interest to you, whether in terms of local or global outcomes. The article is structured around the key themes in the survey, presenting one section per area.
We will soon be issuing the complete set of our international survey findings in a separate Deloitte CIO survey report.
We hope you find this report a valuable tool to help further develop your role as a trusted IT leader. To the many executives who have provided input into the 2014 Deloitte CIO Survey, thank you for your time and insight.
Inside magazine issue 6, October 2014
Inside is Deloitte’s quarterly magazine offering an exclusive insight into best practices, trends and opportunities faced by our clients across all industries.
Inside focuses on the main hot topics relevant for the market (Asset management, Banking, Insurance, Public sector, Healthcare, Private equity, Real estate, TMT, Manufacturing and consumer business, Transport and logistics).