Change Management / Features

Want to change your culture? Start with your projects

Culture change is hard, that’s why few organisations take it on. There’s a reliance on new people coming in to an organisation to drive change in a way that hasn’t been seen before and yet all too often those people will come up against brick walls.

Written by Colin Ellis03 Feb. 15 10:48

Risky business

Why some IT chiefs still fail to plan properly for a disaster despite acknowledging the frequency and high risks associated with events such as bushfires, storms and floods.

Written by Rachel Sullivan12 Dec. 13 11:03

A new era of IT transformation

The days of large IT transformation projects are over. In their place will be a new kind of IT transformation: smaller in scale, near-constant and more responsive to business needs — but with vast potential to revolutionise how IT is used by enterprises.

Written by CIO Staff06 Dec. 11 07:39

Leading through human instincts

In the business world, describing your boss as “ape-like” is not typically considered a compliment. But it turns out there is a lot we can learn from chimpanzees about effective leadership. Applying human instincts to the corporate jungle can help IT leaders bring out the best from their team or manage technology change for end-users. Chimpanzees share 98 per cent of our DNA, making them more closely related to humans than gorillas. So it is little wonder that we have a lot in common.

Written by Caitlin Fitzsimmons08 Aug. 11 10:28

Not-for-profit - Part 2

Within any organisation, however — below the its culture and style of management — there are similarities between not-for-profit and commercial organisations.

Written by Tim Mendham18 April 11 11:35

IT in 2011: Four trends that will change priorities

It's always a challenge for IT departments to anticipate how corporate technical demands will evolve, especially when IT budgets have been as tight as a drum for two years.

Written by Shane O'Neill06 Jan. 11 05:16
  • ​CIO Executive Council member profile: Emmanuel Steve Dulvin

    HCL Australia’s service delivery director, Emmanuel Steve Dulvin, speaks about his career, lessons learned and the technologies that will drive the IT services industry in 2017.

    CIO Executive Council

    Facilitates robust interactions among our global leaders in order to bring measurable value to their organisations and to support their professional development.

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