David Gee - News, Features, and Slideshows


  • How to work with startups

    When I was a venture capital partner, it was fascinating to see how many startup founders were sitting in large enterprises and had great ideas, but were perhaps afraid to take them to management.

    Written by David Gee28 March 18 11:19
  • Why you should interview your next boss

    As a CIO we all have different experiences with our supervisor. Of course there are huge variances in who we report to – the CEO, COO, CFO, global CIO or regional CIO for example. In each instance (and I’ve had experiences with each example), there are pluses and minuses.

    Written by David Gee28 Nov. 17 14:43
  • ​Why you should embrace Shadow IT

    As a CIO, you will discover business-driven projects are already underway and you or your team haven’t been included in them. How do you react to this?

    Written by David Gee28 Nov. 16 11:00
  • ​David Gee joins Metlife Japan as CIO

    Former CUA CIO, David Gee, has moved across to Metlife Insurance in Japan as its new statutory executive officer, senior VP, and CIO.

    Written by Byron Connolly11 July 16 10:51
  • 5 megatrends for CIOs to watch

    David Gee grabs his crystal ball and predicts the five megatrends you'll need to be aware of between now and 2020.

    Written by David Gee27 Jan. 16 14:51
  • Interview: Daniel Alexiuc, The Living Room of Satoshi

    David Gee talks to The Living Room of Satoshi’s founder, Daniel Alexiuc, about the digital currency landscape, why regulators are having trouble with Bitcoin, and impediments to its uptake in the future.

    Written by David Gee09 April 15 13:10
  • Why you might have an image problem

    Is the CIO role in crisis? And are IT leaders doing enough to promote their personal brand?

    Written by Byron Connolly09 April 15 12:33
  • Everyone loves a good hack

    In this age of cyber security concern, it is amusing that the word “hack” has entered our lexicon. The word has never had a positive connotation and in my view, it’s always a negative. In golf parlance, a “hacker” is not a description that one ever wants to be labeled with.

    Written by David Gee12 Dec. 14 09:32
  • Follow the ‘yellow brick road’ to innovation

    Organisations across all industries are undergoing technology-led transformations. More than ever, CIOs need to reflect and ask themselves one question: What is my value to the business?

    Written by David Gee19 Nov. 14 13:09
  • The CIO as a venture capitalist

    CIOs who want to help drive future business growth and innovation will need to develop a new mindset and new capabilities.

    Written by David Gee04 Sept. 14 09:00
  • Lessons from a hack

    David Gee relives the day he became the victim of a spear phishing attack.

    Written by David Gee28 Aug. 14 12:53