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The CIO is becoming the HVAC guy

A group of CXOs and I were thinking about the future recently and started pondering this question: What will the role of the CIO be in 2030? To answer this question, we have to make some forecasts regarding what the social, political, economic and technological environment will look like. 

What people are saying about 2030

Do a search of the term “2030” and the results will span a spectrum of macro and micro issues (the x-axis) and attitudes (the y-axis), ranging from utopian to dystopian. They all will tend to reflect the current concerns and agendas of insulated and isolated elites. 

Spending a day or so online on the macro level, you might learn about the evolving state of global trade, the pace of the move toward global gender equality and the chance that Earth could be struck by an asteroid within the next 14 years. One concludes that, barring wide-scale behavior change, there will be no shortage of shortages: food, water, energy and housing. 

Spending a similar amount of time online on the micro level, you might learn how crowded London will become and the rising price of homes there, the losing battle to reduce male obesity, the evolution of global personal sanitary habits and the changing nature of the morning commute.  

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IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

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IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html

IT leaders: Don’t fear the future

For longtime Computerworld columnist Thornton May, the inevitability of technical progression means that a key skill for IT leaders is to anticipate what’s coming and determine what will be worth incorporating into the business and what will be little more than a fad, with no potential for adding value to the enterprise.

To read some of May’s predictions for what to keep on your radar going forward, download the Knowledge Pack below.

Source Article from http://www.computerworld.com/article/3081258/it-management/it-leaders-dont-fear-the-future.html