Or better said, "it's the eleventh hour (balance sheet is heading the wrong way) and your IT is out of synch with your business objectives." Ex-State of Utah CIO Phil Windley knows why:
When budgets were tight, moving the CIO to a CFO reporting relationship must have seemed like a good idea because it made sure that reducing cost was the number one priority. It's no wonder, however, that this reduced business alignment. CFOs, as a rule, aren't particularly strategic--that's not their job.