Following interviews with dozens of chief information officers and senior business leaders, we've pulled out three essential guide points to follow in 2022.
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In episode #721 of CXOTalk, the chief information officer of HPE explains how she aligns IT operations with the company's business strategy. Read on to learn how weaving the customer's perspective into the core of IT activities can catapult your value to new levels.
How should Chief Information Officers prepare to lead AI efforts in the enterprise? The author of a new book explains exactly what you need to know, on episode #706 of the CXOTalk series of conversations with people shaping our world.
A top AI leader from Novartis shares his advice on how to lead an AI team. He discusses AI in drug discovery, but the challenges and solutions are applicable to every business leader. Watch the video and read the transcript to learn what you need to know!
The chief marketing officer's job just got tougher. You need to do more with less, keep up a relentless pace of change, drive sales, and build a brand. All while growing loyalty and creating great customer experiences. Two top CMOs share insider tips with you.
When a CFO and CIO work together, their strategic partnership enables technology innovation, business agility, and financial processes that benefit the entire organization. The CFO of ServiceNow explains how you can overcome obstacles and develop a strong relationship with your chief financial officer.
Eric S. Yuan, the founder and CEO of Zoom, says his mission is to create customer happiness. In this exclusive CXOTalk conversation, he explains how Zoom delights customers despite growing at a breakneck pace. Learn how to delight your own customers and create a great customer experience.
The Estée Lauder Companies has created a chief analytics officer position as part of its senior leadership team. Learn about this important role and its impact on digital transformation efforts. From data science to culture, it's more complicated than you might think.