Restaurant Brands Chief Information Officer Kenny Thein on evolving to meet customers’ ever changing needs, thinking like a start-up but operating as an enterprise, and the importance of sparking STEM curiosity in the younger generation.
Sarah Betadam, CIO at Novanta, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss CIO-CEO relationships, business/IT partnerships, servant leadership, agile mindsets vs. methodologies and more.
‘Everything as a service’ doesn’t include every service IT provides, not to mention everything outside IT that can be characterized as a service. And what it leaves out is arguably more important than what it includes.
Small and medium business’ CIOs have much to teach larger enterprises, according to Fabienne Wintle, CIO of Navii, the Australian government-backed platform that supports small and medium businesses going digital.
Tu Ora Compass Health CIO Alistair Vickers on the evolving role of technology in healthcare, allowing for flexibility in any transformation plan, and the importance of creating new pathways for people into IT.
Every year, around $1.8 billion (SEK18 billion) is incorrectly paid out of welfare systems in Sweden. But with the use of automation and data analytics, payments will be centralized and monitored at a new IT-based authority.
RedShield Chief Technology Officer Sam Pickles on being mindful of power struggles when changing legacy systems, keeping stakeholders engaged along the way, and why continuous learning is vital at every stage of your career.
Anil Bhatt, Global Chief Information Officer at Elevance Health, joins host Maryfran Johnson for this CIO Leadership Live interview, jointly produced by CIO.com and the CIO Executive Council. They discuss using AI in predictive healthcare, blockchain collaborations, the future of digital healthcare, global innovation trends and more.
Fliway CIO Kevin Rowland on building trust through transparency, the importance of walking the shop floor to keep connected to end users, and why transformation is like eating an elephant – “best done one bite at a time.”
Fonterra’s Global CIO Toby Granwal on transforming the dairy co-op giant’s operating model, getting enterprise leadership mindsets embedded in the culture and why the organisation is looking to do fewer, bigger things.