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Three IT execs describe how they define and develop IT staff capabilities that keep pace with business needs

From tying core IT competencies to your business strategies, to creating demand by providing context, to offering career-building tools, three CIOs describe how they define and develop IT staff capabilitiess.

Link Core IT Competencies With Business Strategies

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Carlos Garcia, CIO, Alvarez and Marsal: With a staff of just over 30 supporting 2,000 employees, our IT department has a rigorous cross-training program to enable 24/7 operations. We must react to IT issues on a moment's notice, and we can't be dependent on one individual to deliver specific support.

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