CIO - the best job in the world?

Stuart Sumner
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Duncan Stott, CIO, Kier
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Duncan Stott, CIO, Kier

Duncan Stott, CIO of engineering firm Kier, explains why he thinks technology leadership is the best job in the world

Being a CIO is the best job in the world, according to Duncan Stott, CIO of engineering firm Kier. Computing recently spoke to Stott, who placed 12th on the IT Leaders 100 list for 2017. He explained...

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