… and ICT leaders need to behave like entrepreneurs and ‘a bit like startups’.
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Digital Nations 2030 conference speakers dissect key challenges facing the most digitally advanced nations in the world.
‘We live in the age of ‘ME', where ‘I' as the consumer now hold all the power.’
South Auckland teens lead IT youth movement
New system will remove the need for barcode scanning, checkouts and queueing
Data can add tremendous value to a company – but can also damage a brand if you don’t protect, leverage it or get it right.
Futurist Anders Sorman-Nilsson, Kevin Angland of Mercury, Dominic Quin of Fonterra feature in CIO-CMO Exchange
Global futurist Anders Sorman-Nilsson, Kevin Angland of Mercury and Dominic Quin of Fonterra among featured speakers at the breakfast forum on Feb 27 in Auckland.
Plus: The new members of the international judging panel for the 2018 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards; Cigna gets Rainbow Tick
Develop a data-driven culture but be mindful of regulatory and ethical considerations
Data, design and analytics are uniting the CIO and CMO for customer value, writes Ben Morgan of Accenture Interactive NZ.
As liberal adopters of new technology, New Zealand is a great spot to trial new products and bring emerging technologies to market, but there are opportunities to do more, write Liz Blythe of Russell McVeagh and Timothy Wixon of BNZ.
Lack of CEO sponsorship, talent deficiency, resistance to change — if you’ve encountered any of the following issues, you may want to rethink your digital transformation before it grinds to a standstill.
In an era of unprecedented change, there is broad agreement that problem-solving, critical thinking and adaptability skills are more important to the IT industry than they have ever been. So why is it, if the great majority of job candidates can demonstrate these skills, that organizations are still relatively slow to adapt? The answer is one of scale.
The Amazon Alexa platform dominated CES this year. The virtual assistant is shaping up to be the most important new operating system.
‘Kiwi firms must act now like a digital native by investing beyond 3rd platform technologies’
International management success requires skill, respect and patience. Here’s your game plan for making the most of a global management opportunity.
‘Collaboration is hot. It will stay hot,’ says one analyst. Look for more, and larger, deployments in the year ahead.
“Adaptability remains the prime trait of interest, and a key determinant of success for both the individual and organisation alike,” reports Nathan Bryant-Taukiri of Potentia.
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In pulling together our predictions for the year ahead, four themes emerged - separation, speed, money and time, writes Victor Milligan of Forrester.