As part of Computing's Tomorrow's IT Leaders campaign, we talk to the UK's top chief information officers (CIOs) to find out their views on the role of IT leaders and how this will change in the post-recession world.
In this video, Deutsche Bank's chief operating officer for technology, Daniel Marovitz, and director at Centre for Information Leadership at City University, David Chan, discuss whether the UK IT workforce in future will be made up of " architects" rather than "builders".
Marovitz reckons future IT leaders will become itinerant as a result of an increasingly multi-sourced approach to technology project delivery. He also offers career advice to aspiring professionals to reach the top of their profession.
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