From CIO to Corner Office

Some chief information officers, especially those with broad backgrounds, have ridden the tech wave right to the top

They assiduously avoid their natural tendency to talk in computer jargon. They push for face time with the top suits in their companies, rather than hang out with the geeks. Perhaps most important, they make sure their business skills are as sharp as their technology savvy -- or at least position themselves that way.

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