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Chris is the author of the world's first-ever trilogy of business novels, The FruITion Trilogy: FruITion, RecrEAtion, and DefrICtion

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The FruITion Trilogy
Is your enterprise struggling with its investments in projects because it is missing a vital strategy, and the Chief Officer to lead it?  What if the strategy called 'IT' is really something else in disguise?  Is the ultimate value of the leadership role called 'CIO' being grossly underestimated, even by CIOs themselves? 

In this series of three short novels, discover all over again what the CIO role is for, together with the essential and powerful strategy that person should be leading.  As the role transforms from one generation to the next, explore both the practical and political implications - on the other CxO roles, the CIO's leadership team, and the enterprise culture. 

From the moment in FruITion that a CEO decides her CIO's strategy needs a complete rethink, through to ultimate revelation in DefrICtion, get ready to be challenged, entertained and provoked by this astonishing journey.

FruITion

FruITion
CREATING THE ULTIMATE CORPORATE STRATEGY
FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Narrator:  Ian, CIO

     
RecrEAtion   RecrEAtion
 REALIZING THE EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTION
 OF YOUR ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTS

 Narrator: Simon, Enterprise Architect
     
DefrICtion   DefrICtion
UNLEASHING YOUR ENTERPRISE
TO CREATE VALUE FROM CHANGE

Narrator - Michael, Chief Executive Officer

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