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CIO Wisdom: Best Practices from Silicon Valley's Leading IT Experts by Dean Lane

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Chapter 2. Women CIOs

by Judy Armstrong

Judy Armstrong provides a personal perspective on women CIOs from a woman's point-of-view. She highlights an important concern—within an overall workforce comprising over 50 percent women, only 20 percent of the IT workforce are women, and far fewer are CIOs. Something definitely appears to be wrong with this picture.

It has been clearly demonstrated that many women bring valuable skills to IT organizations. Moving into the new millennium, companies that can learn to recruit, develop, and retain women CIOs and managers will be far ahead of the others. How can we better tap this vast resource? Ms. Armstrong explores this issue in detail, based on her real-life experiences as a CIO as well as the ...

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