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A thorough understanding of the capabilities of your technology team has never been more important because all evidence points to the fact that the IT skills gap keeps on growing and is only going to get bigger.
This week we have a guest blog from Hunter Muller, CEO at HMG Strategy, LLC, a company which assists CIOs (Chief Information Officers) in becoming transformational executives and leaders. Drawing on more than 25 years of experience in consulting with IT executive leaders, Hunter is a multi-title book author and a frequent industry speaker on transformational leadership and innovation.
The digital transformation has been accompanied by a shift in purchasing strategy. Non-IT employees are buying their own technology - and this shift is sometimes presented as a threat to the traditional IT department.
The past decade of business IT has been characterised by constant change. From consumerisation to cloud, CIOs have had to contend with a range of new trends and challenges. The next decade will be characterised by more change. In fact, the pace of transformation will only quicken.
The first wave of digital transformation has hit and your business now needs to prepare for a second surge in advanced technology. Organisations that regularly assess their skills base will be best placed to succeed as new systems and services enter the workplace.
Fifteen years ago the IT Director for whom I worked semi-jokingly described himself as the Director of Gross Margin. He was, as was so common at the time, from a finance background. Technology in an organisation was a potentially unlimited cost to be managed.
In 2001, Paul Sheridan MBCS CITP won a channel alliance partnership with the world leaders in automated technical performance evaluation. His current interest lies in the modernisation of IT practice.

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