Only swap a CIO for a CDO if they can't change the way IT projects operate - TfL CIO

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You only need a CDO if your CIO can’t change the way IT projects operate, says TfL CIO
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You only need a CDO if your CIO can’t change the way IT projects operate, says TfL CIO

CIOs who can only use analogue and waterfall approaches will be replaced by CDOs, says Steve Townsend

There is only a need for a chief digital officer (CDO) in an organisation if they can't change the way IT projects operate, according to Transport for London's CIO Steve Townsend. Townsend told Computing...

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