CIO Worries and Change
It is interesting that no's 4,7 and 9 are about speed / change. One might argue that constant, continuous, disruptive change has been the 'new normal' since the 1990's and emergence of the Internet and instant, 7 by 24 connectivity. Unfortunately, as Dr. of Psychology Heidi Grant Halvorsonpointed out in 2011,"The bottom line is, unconsciously we all believe that longevity = goodness. People have a very reliable and tangible preference for things that have been around longer. " That flies in the face of techno-change.
Carnegie Mellon, MIT, Stanford, Cal Berkeley have been minting techno-capable MBAs for over 50 years. That may have partially solved the 'CIO with business skills ' problem, but what about specifically 'managing change' ? A quick googling tells us that Harvard, Michigan State and NYU's Stern school do indeed offer chane management courses ( hmmm.. but can someone teach it who has never lived it, jsut studied it ? ).
The other bottom line: I think business schools AND techno / engineering schools need to change and offer techie / IT types the business skills and advanced degrees they now need ( and possibly vice versa ), and they need to change faster. It is time for Moore's Law to light a fire under academia.