CIO role in business – comparative study

Atanasoski, Drasko and Esmerova, Emanuela (2020) CIO role in business – comparative study. In: Book of Proceedings 3rd International Multidisciplinary Scientific Video Conference IMSC 2020, 21 Nov 2020, Tetovo.

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Due to the dynamic changes occurring in the field of information technology and global
business, chief information officers are constantly faced with new challenges. Such changes
significantly determine the organizational role of IT managers. The problems that arise in
business, due to low return on investment in IT create additional pressure on IT managers and
endanger the future of their position. A number of relevant institutions, professional
associations and journals carried long-term investigation and issued various reports which
present the major activities of IT managers. This paper performs a critical comparative analysis
between, theoretical considerations and empirical results in order to realize the key activities
that determine the role of chief information office. There is a growing concern about the future
of the European Monetary Union (EMU) and the sustainability of the Euro. In order to face with
the crisis, the Union takes measure in order to stabilize the macroeconomic imbalance. Butas
much the creators of the macroeconomic policy are trying to integrate the EMU, the politics and
economics of the wider Union are likely to diverge. This paper presents three possible scenarios
how the Euro crisis might develop: first, Euro will survive with further financial support from
the Union to the member states with financial and structural problems; second, EMU will
eliminate the countries which have large deviations from the Maastricht Criteria that might lead
to full break- up of the EMU; third, the Euro zone will split into two regions and introduce two
currencies: North Euro and South Euro.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Social Sciences > Economics and business
Divisions: Faculty of Tourism and Business Logistics
Depositing User: Drasko Atanasoski
Date Deposited: 29 Jan 2021 09:43
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2021 09:43

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