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Sharing What Works in Meeting CIO Challenges Since 1992


Chief Information Officers of public and private enterprises are a community of practice that, in its early years, had few channels, beyond marketing literature and some trade media to communicate with one another.

The CIO Institute was established so that a diverse group of CIOs from large corporations and government agencies can share lessons they learned about what works and what does not work in areas of great opportunity and high concern to people who serve as CIOs. For 25 years, their medium has been stories describing specific challenges faced, mistakes made and techniques discovered to overcome the challenges. Their successes provide an empirical basis for identifying best practices so that other organizations do not always have to learn the hard way.

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