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IT leaders on the move in June, 2015

Last month saw a number of high-profile IT leadership appointments. Here are a few of the new CIOs and CTOs.

The 90-Day CIO: Red Wing Shoes' Marc Kermisch

Red Wing Shoes CIO Marc Kermisch shares his experiences as the new IT leader at the retailer and what lessons he has learned so far. The most important first step is to learn how to listen, he said.

How CIOs can woo and wow the CEO

CIOs have been told this year to act like the CFO, embrace the CMO, support the CDO, and get comfortable with the CSO. But the bottom line is that the executive they most have to cozy up to is the CEO.

Most CIOs suffer from communication deficit disorder

CIOs are told to champion change, drive transformation, inspire creativity and innovate. The only problem: most aren't very good at communication, a new study reveals.

Interim CIOs must hit the ground running on day one

Whatever the circumstances are in which a CIO finds themself in an interim-only role, there are definite steps they can take to make the most of the experience.

CIOs should embrace, not fear, digital disruption

Digital disruption could be one of the best opportunities for CIOs to truly shine as leaders and innovators.

Most CIOs not prepared for digital transformation, study reveals

IT leaders are being told that digital transformation is the top technology priority this year, but most CEOs don't think their CIO is up to the task.

CIOs beware, IoT is coming

The Internet of Things revolution is under way, and CIOs need to consider way to securely incorporate IoT devices, apps and platforms into their company.

Innovation: What it means for the CIO, the IT staff, and the organization

Certain obvious technology trends are driving much of the increased IT hiring in 2015, but above all else is the desire to find technology leaders and professionals that can drive innovation.

Haven't embraced 'urgency' yet? Better do so, pronto!

As top gun in the IT department you set the pace for the rest of the staff. And according to a growing number of CIOs, that pace had better be "urgent."