The leadership skills required in information technology today are similar to those of a managing partner or chief executive.

However, the decision-making styles and focus may be somewhat different. The trend in corporate governance is to include IT leadership in the board room, rather than only consulting when there are problems or special projects. This comes from the fact that IT is being viewed as a strategic asset in growth organizations, rather than as overhead.

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