Organizations rely on their technical and digital capabilities for agility, problem-solving and competitive advantages. At the helm of key strategies is the CIO, an executive who can navigate business and technical waters with ease.
But what happens when long-standing executives head for retirement or find new positions in other companies? Organizations that succeed at executive transition must anticipate that change, including identifying potential successors and ensuring all key projects can continue to advance.
CIO Dive ran a series of stories centered on executive succession, covering strategies leaders take to upskill colleagues and how current CIOs gained a seat in the C-suite.
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