Hays has interviewed 243 IT leaders through Australia and New Zealand to determine what is in the DNA of the person with the top IT job.
Australian and New Zealand CIOs face persistent issues which are impeding digital opportunities, and acknowledge that to succeed in digital business they have to change and adapt their leadership style in the next three years.
Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world in the digital stakes when it comes to digital-leadership, according to a new global report which warns that our IT leaders need to take up the challenge of digitalisation or risk falling further behind.
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