Why You Should (Eventually) Fire Your CIO
By Dean Fischer and Eric Dean as featured in CIO Journal
Date : June 19, 2014

Recently Dean Fischer, CEO of West Monroe Partners and Eric Dean, the Vice President and Global CIO of Arthur J. Gallagher, co-authored an executive article on the topic of Why You Should (Eventually) Fire Your CIO. Fischer and Dean acknowledge that the majority of companies rely on their CIOs to oversee and manage all IT-related decisions, leaving other members of the C-suite excused. They go onto highlight that in today’s digital world, the C-suite’s resulting lack of technological experience is holding businesses back.


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