Corporate Governance

From dazzling to departed - why Chief Digital Officers are doomed to fail

From dazzling to depressed – to departed. Many digital leaders' tenures follow the same pattern. Image: hj barraza/Unsplash

Michael Wade

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21% of companies have a CDO, but many leave after just 31 months. Image: PwC

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