The CIO Executive Council recently held its 2018 Pathways graduation at the Hilton Hotel Sydney. Pathways graduates attended from all states throughout Australia and New Zealand after completing a 12 month accelerated leadership development program.
Like in ancient Egyptian times, modern day CIOs are grappling with rapid inventions and continuous technological breakthroughs and need a solid framework in order to decipher the ever-changing landscape.
How do you rate the technology and skills provided by your vendor partners? Will you have trouble filling some roles this year? Which emerging/disruptive technologies are you deploying or piloting/testing in your organisation in the next 12 months?
EMC recently experienced a minor internal data center outage that could have been a major problem. The episode, a result of a lightening strike, would typically send users pointing fingers at IT, which while quick to solve problems, was not always adept at communicating its plan.
It’s high time that Australia’s IT industry started taking greater interest in developing its future leaders. Enter the Pathways ICT Leadership Development Program, created by the CIO Executive Council...
In the midst of the current economic gloom, there are some rays of light for those Australian IT professionals who currently are employed -- but the news is not so good for contractors and consultants. Find out more in Part I of “The New Economics of IT,” a special report conducted by the Australian CIO Executive Council.
The 2018 State of the CIO survey is the leading annual survey across Australia and New
Zealand that examines the plans of technology and digital chiefs. The survey enables senior executives to benchmark themselves against their peers in the marketplace. It is a barometer of how IT groups are perceived by their organisations and highlights the status of CIOs’ relationships with other c-level executives, their ability to innovate, their leadership challenges, and career progression. The survey is held in conjunction with the CIO Executive Council.