How digital is changing leadership roles and responsibilities

by Erez Eizenman, Naufal Khan, and Christoph Schrey

Digital or technology leadership has drastically changed over the past few years. Most companies traditionally either had a chief information officer (CIO) or chief technology officer (CTO) who led all technology-related initiatives. There were no other technology leadership roles. Today, companies have, on average, close to two CxO-level digital leaders, and some companies have six or more CxO-level technology leaders.

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