Digital transformations don’t just have a profound effect on organisations’ internal processes and external offerings, they have a massive impact on the people within businesses.
In her latest article for CIO WaterCooler, Crimson’s Head of Recruitment Sales Louise Clarke has addressed which types of organisations need CDOs and which don’t.
Over the last 12 months, the consultants within Crimson’s IT recruitment agency noticed the emergence of several ‘digital’ job titles in the marketplace, which include Chief Digital Officers (CDOs), Digital Programme and Project Managers, Digital Business Analysts, and Digital Architects. Keen organisations have created these roles in the process of capitalising on new digital opportunities - opportunities being major digital transformation projects.
Business models for the disruptions differ due to a number of factors, including;
Caisha Sheikh, Crimson's Lead Consultant for Senior Appointments, has outlined the major challenges for CIOs.
As part of our latest campaign, in the build-up to the Crimson Innovation Conference, our team have been addressing the questions around 'Enabling Digitisation' in 2016.