Chief executives and chief information officers simply don’t understand each other and the differences between them are often the unsuspected causes behind information technology (IT) project failures, suggests a new white paper from Computer Sciences Corp.
Open dialog between the CIO and CEO is critical to effective and successful IT projects.
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