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CIO100 nominations open till Nov 30

CIO100 nominations open till Nov 30

The search is on for the most innovative CIOs, CTOs and CDOs, and best ICT-enabled community programmes in New Zealand.

CIO New Zealand has officially opened the nominations for the 2018 CIO100, which recognises the most transformative and disruptive CIOs, CDOs and CTOs in the country.

Nominations will be accepted through 30 November 2017.

The more powerful nominations will be the ones that can provide real-world examples of where these CIOs, CDOs and CTOs are successfully providing value to their organisations, driving innovation, and leading their teams.

A separate award will recognise the leading organisation that has developed a technology-enabled initiative that helped address a community or social issue.

The CIO100 report and those awarded will be celebrated at the annual CIO100 breakfast in March 2018 in Auckland.

Nominees can either answer the questions and send back directly via email, or enter online on the CIO New Zealand website.

ASB's Russell Jones, shown here with James Bergin at the bank's Innovation Lab, was the top ranked ICT leader in the 2017 CIO100 (Photo by Divina Paredes)
ASB's Russell Jones, shown here with James Bergin at the bank's Innovation Lab, was the top ranked ICT leader in the 2017 CIO100 (Photo by Divina Paredes)

Click here for nominations to the CIO100.

Click here for nominations to the best ICT-enabled programme that helps address a community or social issue.

CIO New Zealand has assembled a panel of industry leaders and analysts – to judge the 2018 list.

One of the judges, Owen McCall, shares his six tips for award entrants.

Read more about the 100 ICT leaders who made it to the 2017 list.

Follow CIO New Zealand on Twitter:@cio_nz

Join the CIO New Zealand group on LinkedIn. The group is open to CIOs, IT Directors, COOs, CTOs and senior IT managers.

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