The New IT taps directly into the current CIO mindset, regardless of industry. In a landscape of rapidly changing technologies and calls for greater innovation, Jill concisely articulates the IT organization imperative to closely collaborate with business counterparts to succeed. She provides clear templates, examples and advice to start the important conversations and lay the groundwork for wholesale success, not mere incremental change.

Gary A. King
Chief Information Officer, T-Mobile


Jill has penned a de Toquevillean map of the digital world. Should be a required text for every business leader in the country.

Thornton May
Futurist and Author of The New Know


Enterprise IT has reached an inflection point in how services are delivered and consumed, requiring our profession to undertake a transformation of our own. Jill Dyché describes well the challenges we face, how to assess them, and how to take action to complete the journey toward modern enterprise IT.

Kimberly Stevenson
Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Intel


Jill Dyché’s new book is the first book on IT that I’ve enjoyed in some time. Conversational, intuitive, and intelligent, Jill goes right to the heart of governance (control), innovation (change), identity (authority), relevance (alignment), and influence (strategy). It’s a timely book that should be read by executives across organizations.

Peter Marx
Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, City of Los Angeles


Jill Dyché has written a highly readable, entertaining book that will help CIOs and their executive partners address the ongoing challenge of converting IT from a strategic liability to a strategic asset. The book abounds with sound advice and profiles of extraordinary CIOs.

Peter Weill and Jeanne Ross
MIT Center for Information Research
Authors of IT Governance


Everywhere I go I hear complaints about the old IT. Jill Dyché’s book provides a comprehensive roadmap to changing IT to suit our analytical, consumer-driven, bring-your-own-device times. It’s both incredibly useful and fun–you need these ideas!

Thomas H. Davenport
Distinguished Professor, Babson College
Author of Competing on Analytics and Big Data @ Work