Commerce Commission Chief Information Officer Suzanne Pullman on taking on the role of CIO just as NZ went into lockdown, why she favours servant leadership, and the challenge of getting more women to consider IT as a career.
Alpine F1 team CIO and data science director Nathan Sykes is approaching a turn in his post at the Formula One racing team, as he looks to demonstrate data science ROI and challenge perceptions around IT.
A RACI matrix is a simple, effective means for defining project roles and responsibilities, providing a comprehensive chart of who is responsible, accountable, consulted, and informed every step of the way.
Fisher & Paykel Appliances General Manager for IT Andrew Ramsay on the importance of alignment in any transformation, staying curious as a leader, and why he’s big on people bringing their fledgling ideas to the table.
Green Cross Health General Manager for IT Ray Liu on avoiding being a ‘seagull’ manager, why CIOs should be rolling up their sleeves and helping with go-lives, and the importance of pulling people out of COVID mindsets to focus on what’s next in healthcare delivery.
IT services costs are rising, in large part due to global talent shortages and shifting economic forces. Here’s how CIOs can keep costs in check while driving business value with sourcing partnerships.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Vice President for ICT Nicholas Fourie on building T-shaped teams that work cross functionally, the importance of sustainability in any transformation project, and how the company is growing its talent pipeline through internal promotions, graduate programmes and leadership development for its indigenious team members.
AI, analytics, and cybersecurity are at the heart of the continual transformation of Canada’s largest electric utility, says Hydro Québec’s vice-president of Information and Communications Technologies.
IT leaders are not immune to infatuation with the promise of emerging tech. Here, CIOs share which technologies they believe are primed to underdeliver, offering advice on right-sizing expectations for each one.
Foodstuffs North Island Chief Digital Officer Simon Kennedy on the messy nature of transformation, the importance of working cross functionally, and how the organisation is using internships and tech accelerator programmes to develop new talent.