Four IT executives discuss why they pursued a master of business administration qualification, and can MBA stand for ‘marriage breakup assured?
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Constant budget cuts in times of crisis are undermining IT’s ability to deliver digital services across government, argues Glenn Archer.
Sydney Water's Stephen Wilson has built his career on setting a strategic vision for technology.
Providing business technology governance to boards is tipped to be one of the most sought after skills in the digital economy. IT leaders talk about their experiences serving on company boards.
CIOs no longer sit outside the business, and they know it. They are working more closely with other c-level executives and aligning themselves with business outcomes and priorities, according CIO's 2014 State of the CIO survey.
Face it, you need to get on with your CFO. Here are the five things they want from you.
CIOs need to build their business strategy credentials, lead change and start thinking like marketers if they want to attain CEO and board positions in the future.
While new attack techniques and complicated, insecure software provide enough strain on the CIO, seeing eye to eye with the CSO can be equally trying.
What department heads and line managers think of HR, what employees think, and what HR managers think.
Stephanie Christopher, national director of SHL Australia New Zealand, a company which assists companies — including recruitment firms — in their recruitment activities, says that for the more technical positions HR has to fill, “it would lean toward the line manager for advice; it would be the line manager who would have final say”.
Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: “Managers aspire to be strategic, but they are required to fulfil their duties as a functional expert.”
Two-city breakfast event dishes details on challenges and opportunities