When it comes to investments in data analytics and business intelligence, just how committed is the typical CIO? It depends a lot on how the CIO views their role and on their individual management style, according to a recent study.
Chief information officers generally fall into one of three personality categories, according to the “Global CIO Survey: Creating Legacy,” from research firm Deloitte. How important big data and business intelligence investments are for the organization may depend largely on which of those three ‘types’ the CIOs aligns with.
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