Groundbreaking Trends: The Foundation for Meeting Information Challenges and Opportunities

Dearstyne, Bruce W.
March 2010
Information Management Journal;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p27
The article presents the trends which serve as the basis in meeting the challenges and opportunities of Information Technology (IT). It notes that chief executive officers (CEOs) seemed to understand more about the role of information to support enterprise work. It points out that the work of chief information officers (CIOs) is being redefined and will reinvent themselves. It is observed that IT increases the co-creation of products and services co-creation, connecting and harnessing collective intelligence.


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