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What’s the biggest HR mistake you can make? Not hiring a chief human resources officer. Here’s what to look for in filling this key workplace culture leadership role.
Far too many projects still do not meet intended goals. Here are five leading indicators of a failing project that — when caught — can drastically improve your project’s chances for success.
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From the cloud, to cybersecurity, to data analytics — these new and emerging IT certifications are growing in popularity and demand, according to a report from Global Knowledge.
South Auckland teens lead IT youth movement
Movers and shakers: Paul Jepson of Earthquake Commission, Peter Fletcher of ACC and Scott Newton of The Warehouse
Auckland University’s Jamie Penno wins the Global Student Entrepreneur Award
Improved customer relations, increased employee productivity, new revenue streams — big benefits await those who breathe new life into their business intelligence strategies.
Expect AI projects to produce, at best, lessons that will help with subsequent, larger experiments, pilots and implementations, reports Gartner.
New system will remove the need for barcode scanning, checkouts and queueing
Bad data is big issue for artificial intelligence, and as businesses increasingly embrace AI, the stakes will only get higher. Here’s how not to get burned.
“Even though I am very keen to establish this role, I’m not prepared to make a decision in haste,” says Communications Minister Clare Curran.
“We aim to help New Zealand businesses thrive in the cloud economy,” says Umbrellar Group CEO, Michael Foley.
Two IT leaders talk about staying ahead in one’s career, staving off digital disruption in their respective sectors, and contributing to the wider community.
This year will see the maturation of blockchain, as 2017's pilot projects turn into 2018's real-world implementations in a variety of industries. That includes governments, some of whom are now testing cryptocurrencies as fiat money.
PwC report tracks how New Zealand will survive the three waves of automation
Most organisations should be doing better, given the potential benefits
From false promises to role changes, CIOs exit when their ability to execute their strategy or grow their careers hits a road block — a trend that may be accelerating, thanks to the rise of digital transformations.
We need to make sure that security in New Zealand and Australia is a career path and a community.
How do you inspire more people to enter this important and growing field that is having a major impact on every sector of our society?