We all think sometimes about the future, isn’t? When I think in my kids and how to growp up them for the future they will have to face, one of the main topics in the list is languages.
My kids are Catalan, which I’m proud about. They manage Catalan language but Spanish at the school. That’s right. English as foreign language also is part of his training both at school and in private language center.
That’s fine! But it is enough? Reading some information sources, it’s clear that SPANISH and ENGLISH are key languages. But… what about CHINESE (see Wikipedia)?
CIO: what I stands for? CIO as Chief Information Officer stands for the IT manager, and usually IT manager means “whom takes care of infrastructure, comunication and information to provide services & applications to allow the company to invoice”.
However IT manager sounds more like this, CIO sounds more like an “upgrade” to the position and understanding that the IT manager (and the IT department) is part of the strategic resources of the company.