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  • Ursula Phillips joins The Real Pet Food Company

    Former PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand technology boss, Ursula Phillips, will join The Real Pet Food Company in August as its Sydney-based chief information officer.

    Written by Byron Connolly09 July 18 15:05
  • PepsiCo CIO Ursula Phillips departs

    ​PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand chief information officer Ursula Phillips is departing the company next month.

    Written by George Nott29 June 18 06:30
  • PepsiCo’s new agile HQ is no fizzer

    In December 2016, PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand completed the transformation of its corporate HQ in Chatswood, Sydney. Its traditional, siloed office was canned and replaced with a more agile working environment.

    The transformation at the multinational food, snack and beverage company was led by CIO Ursula Phillips.

    Phillips and her team have created a truly mobile workforce. All 300 staff members, including the CEO, received a laptop, mobile phone and Bluetooth earpiece. Office walls were replaced with open workspaces or 'neighbourhoods' where staff can collaborate at hot desks, in meeting rooms, chat spaces, and purpose-built video conference rooms.

    Written by Byron Connolly26 Sept. 17 13:43
  • 6 Social Media Management Tools Ready for the Enterprise

    Social media is playing a growing role in corporate marketing campaigns. These six tools will help you launch, track and analyze campaigns across a variety of social media services -- including some you might not expect.

    Written by John Brandon23 Sept. 13 13:35
  • Leadership isn't a fairy tale after all

    Writing about leadership feels a bit like writing about unicorns, those mythical creatures that have inspired fairy tales since ancient times. There is that same elusive, almost unattainable quality to everything related to leadership: describing it, finding it, developing it.

    Written by Maryfran Johnson03 May 11 00:55
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