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I thought this was a great internal microsoft perspective on how we are using a dual CIO role. This past July Stuart Scott joined Microsoft to serve alongside Ron Markezich as one of two CIOs, in the interview he discusses his views on the role and the increasing importance of IT to the organization. I thought this was timely and relevant given our recent posts. As well it highlight what could potentially be a trend, as we are starting to see different organizations adopting the dual manager role. In the article Stuart shares some experiences learned through his introduction to Microsoft.
You can check it out @ Q&A: IT Veteran Brings Innovation, Leadership to Microsoft CIO Partnership