Amid global crisis, Chief Information Officers have found themselves thrust into the spotlight. From having to accelerate digital transformation initiatives, to supporting remote workforces and ensuring business continuity, these IT leaders have had their hands full.
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In this opening episode of The Living Enterprise, the peer-led podcast series brought to you by CIO in association with Adobe and Microsoft, our star panel of leading CIOs, CTOs and CDOs from around the world, discuss IT leadership’s transition from backroom order taker to boardroom business strategist, how to drive transformative change, as well as the need to develop skillsets and meet new business KPIs.
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Featured speakers in this episode include:
- Manish Patel, the CIO of MG Motors India
- Andrew Wilson, CDO, Microsoft
- Cynthia Stoddard, CIO and Senior Vice President at Adobe
- Jason Oliver, Director of IT Services at Sussex University
- Jay Ferro, CIO, Quikrete
- Aline Hayes, CIO for EMEA, Experian
- Bernd Preuschoff, CDO at Uvex Group
- David McGrath is the CDO of the Clubs Australia Network
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Hear more from our panel of award-winning, globally recognized CIOs, CTOs and CDOs in the next episode of the podcast series. In Episode 2, we discuss setting the boardroom agenda, improving stakeholder management and how to drive change within the customer-centric organization. You’ll also hear why it’s important to focus on the small wins, how to articulate and communicate your vision to your peers, and how to build teams with the right culture and mentality.
Listen to Episode 2: Setting the boardroom agenda now.
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