The world is changing, and the success of an organization depends on its leaders’ ability to adapt. In an article for The National CIO Review, Atlanta Housing Chief Information Officer, Brian Benn, discusses the importance of Information Technology and the responsibility of leaders to pivot in response to a changing global environment.
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