The chief information officer (CIO) of a company is no longer just the company’s IT leader, traditionally seen as the ‘chief techie in the back office.’

Today’s CIOs are well-rounded business strategists focused on the transformation of their companies, and they are innovative thinkers at the forefront of global trends. They may even be potential successors to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), says Guy Lundy, Partner at Odgers Berndtson Sub-Saharan Africa.

Read the full interview with Guy Lundy

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