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The Implications of Digital Business Transformation for Corporate Leadership, the IT Function, and Business-IT Alignment

  title={The Implications of Digital Business Transformation for Corporate Leadership, the IT Function, and Business-IT Alignment},
  author={Ingmar Haffke},
Mastering digital business transformation is a strategic imperative for senior executives but often constitutes a challenging task for firms across industries. With the growing importance of information technology (IT) over the recent decades, the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO), the head of the IT function, has become increasingly important. However, both research and practice acknowledge that establishing alignment between business and IT is difficult due to significant social… 
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