By Clint Boulton, CIO Magazine
The opportunities and challenges associated with digital transformations dictate that there has never been a better time to be a CIO. Acutely aware of technology's importance in driving business differentiation, more CEOs are empowering CIOs with the resources to conduct sweeping business changes designed to boost customer engagement and grow revenues.
Yet the CIO role remains a perpetual revolving door, with IT leaders lasting at a company just 4.3 years on average, according to Korn Ferry. Conversely, the firm found that CFOs last an average of 5.1 years, while CEOs last 8 years.
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