Thursday, September 15, 2005
"SAN FRANCISCO -- Learn a new business vocabulary. Sell IT as a service. Contribute to company-wide cost cuts. And make sure those crucial infrastructure changes that no one outside the IT department wants to know about happen without any downtime. There's a good reason the average tenure for a new CIO is 18 months, according to Rick Click, a guy with a memorable name and a simple message for his peers: Being a CIO is a tough racket these days."