John Lewis Partnership's Paul Coby: CIOs need to be techies, business people and visionaries

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Paul Coby, CIO of the John Lewis Partnership, talks to Computing
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Paul Coby, CIO of the John Lewis Partnership, talks to Computing

But John Lewis doesn't have, or need, a chief digital officer - 'Everybody ought to be a CDO in some way these days', says Coby

The CIO of tomorrow needs to be technically adept, business astute and a visionary, able to foresee technical trends, according to John Lewis Partnership CIO Paul Coby. That list of demanding skills...

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