Consulting Report
17 May 2024

2024 EY CIO Sentiment Study: Sentiment in the age of GenAI

In collaboration with EY

Oxford Economics, in partnership with EY, conducted a survey in early 2024 to gather insights into how CIOs from leading organizations are navigating challenges faced in achieving growth agendas in an age of rapid technology advancement.

Oxford Economics surveyed 500 US-based CIOs from a range of industries to understand their approach to technology and business challenges, level of involvement in corporate transactions, and their progress in implementing emerging technologies, such as AI. Our research found that many CIOs embrace the challenge of keeping pace with technological change and plan to expand beyond digitizing internal processes. The result: an opportunity to surpass growth agendas.

The experts behind the research

Our Thought Leadership team produces original, evidence-based research made accessible to decision-makers and opinion leaders. Principals for this project included:

Edward Cone

Editorial Director and Technology Practice Lead, Thought Leadership

Zack Friedman

Managing Editor, Thought Leadership

Kayla Luparello

Research Manager, Thought Leadership

Margaux McLoughlin

Research Associate, Thought Leadership

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