Do you have the right tools to bridge the chasm?

Traditionally, the executive’s job has been to simply carry out the company mission. But when this mission meets the fast-evolving nature of information technology, it creates a chasm between the executive and fulfilling the mission. Failing to appreciate information technology’s nature or importance will lead to poor decisions and negative outcomes.

The good news is found in the fact that executives do not need an intimate understanding of IT, but a sufficient knowledge of the basic strategies and objectives.

In particular, there are three main components:
  • The IT network
  • Security considerations
  • Expertise

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