#CIO vs. #CTO Faceoff: Part II

Posted on August 2, 2012. Filed under: CIO | Tags: , , |

The CIO and CTO roles are often confused as being the same. Far from it! They are quite distinct.

The discussion, held on twitter’s #TCFchat, included whether a technology leader can be both a CIO and a CTO; the type of innovation important to a CIO vs. a CTO; whether a CIO and a CTO should have similar brand messages; the qualities important in a CTO; and the personality differences between CIOs and CTOs.

The full recap of this great discussion is available on our Storify page.

Or feel free to weigh in here. We’d love to hear from you.

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While it’s true that any new employee needs to be part of the long-term corporate strategy, that couldn’t be more important than when hiring an executive teammate. Visualizing where you want to be in five years, one year, and even next quarter, will be critical to see how a new CIO fits into that matrix.


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