Our annual State of the CIO research reveals how digitisation is prompting CIOs to apply their skills in leading transformation programs to their own roles.
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CIOs of New Zealand’s biggest IT-using organisations demonstrate ways of responding quickly to new and often disruptive business technologies, while simultaneously preparing for their long-term impact.
New Zealand companies invited to enter SuperNova awards by Silicon Valley's Constellation Research
In a high pressure environment, when an hour of connectivity downtime for customers can lead to a $200,000 SLA fine, Brett Hobbs of BCS Group knew finding the vendor that could meet this criteria was essential.
Lists three ways CIOs can 'tame the digital dragon'
Digital business is changing the way organisations use and think about technology, but should not be considered an IT program, says Gartner.
Location is often determined by the area where most employees live, says CBRE New Zealand
Will help grow the brand into a ‘world class omni-channel business’
The whole world's gone digital. As today's companies try to keep up, many CIOs feel like a hamster on a wheel, constantly moving but never getting anywhere. This advice from the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium could offer at least a bit of relief.
This is the first agreement of its type in New Zealand, says Westpac.
Vend and Vmob also among standout winners at the awards’ 20th anniversary gala dinner.
Back from his stint as planning officer for the UN Mission in South Sudan, John Holley shares how the Army’s approach to strategic planning and operations can apply to the business environment.
Save the date: June 5: CIO100 Event breakfast forum in Auckland to present the results of this year’s report.
The old corporate stovepipes are starting to break down, says Kevin Noonan of Ovum. So how is this impacting the role of the CIO?
Business execs need to become venture capitalists and angel investors: Ed Lenta, Amazon Web Services
Innovate and iterate like ‘startups’ to compete with organisations using technologies to disrupt mature industries, says Lenta
Franklin shares insights from his varied experience as executive of companies on the supply and demand side of business and IT to lead the mining, concrete, engineering and agriculture group
A look at the latest business technology executive appointments in New Zealand and Australia.
Rather than the big stick approach, CIOs should seek out the root causes behind shadow IT, then actively encourage line of business involvement in technology decision-making, advises Louise Francis of IDC New Zealand.
As enterprises rapidly evolve their mindsets and approach to digital, CIOs will be required to either evolve their own profiles and skill sets or risk becoming irrelevant, writes Linda Price, group vice president, Gartner, executive programs in Asia Pacific.
Claire Govier, CIO at healthAllliance, talks about preparing the ICT team as the country’s largest shared services organisation shifts focus from regional to national operations.