Norfolk Southern’s CIO advances to become CFO
(Source: Forbes.com, December 11, 2017)
NEW YORK — Historically, the chief information officer's primary reporting relationship has been to the chief financial officer of the enterprise. The initial rationale for this included the fact that much of the initial value from IT was in helping save costs by automating financial processes, and likewise the historical perspective that IT departments are primarily cost centers to be driven down. Ironically, though this has historically been the predominant hierarchy, few CIOs have replaced their bosses and become CFOs.
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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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