The old corporate stovepipes are starting to break down, says Kevin Noonan of Ovum. So how is this impacting the role of the CIO?
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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.
New technologies bring greater communications and collaboration among teams, along with a raft of new issues for CIOs and their executive colleagues. At a recent CIO roundtable held in association with Dimension Data, panellists shared insights on how to lead this changing environment. Here are highlights of the discussion.
New technologies bring greater communications and collaboration among teams, along with a raft of new issues for CIOs and their executive colleagues. At a recent CIO roundtable held in association with Dimension Data, panellists shared insights on how to lead this changing environment.
New support centre in Auckland run by 10 engineers who attended a ‘rigorous boot camp’ in company headquarters in Seattle
Steven Mayo-Smith now focuses on helping hi-tech firms compete and grow globally.
Or speed it up through a productivity blitz, aka ‘hackathon’
"We want to be at the forefront of technology," says chief digital officer Simon Pomeroy, during demonstration of Google Glass and iBeacon at bank headquarters.
It makes sense that we’re starting to see gaming incorporated into the workplace, as enterprise gamification is gaining credence as an enhancer of innovation, change management and collaboration.
What are some of the changes you have observed – both in your organisation and your business partners – on the demands and expectations of customers? What technologies are you deploying to facilitate engagement with your customers? What are your views on location based services?
These are just some of the topics tackled in a recent CIO roundtable held in association with Ruckus Wireless. Photos by Jason Creaghan
Could the All Blacks be a fitting model for process management? This insight cropped up at a recent CIO roundtable held in association with Promapp.
Shares pointers on how to do this in a business environment buffeted by change
CIO Darrin Hackett says involvement of clinicians was a top agenda in the rollout.
National Australia Bank (NAB), which owns Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks, has appointed a former president of SAP for North America to its board.
Getting the human component right is critical in the success of any business technology rollout.