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Friday, April 09, 2004GM's CIO says there's a gap developing two classes of information officers There are two types of CIOs. There are the hard workers who have an incredible command of technology and are admired by their staffs as IT visionaries. And then there are those who will survive. He closes the article with a nice question, "How well can you represent your company to an outside business audience? Your answer will say a lot about the real value you offer your company. When I'm talking to outsiders, I don't talk much about IT. I talk about great cars, market-share growth, globalization, and profitability. Then I might talk about technology". Lucid expression - a simplified view of what would be seen to be one full of complexity.
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