CIOs now have a seat at the boardroom table. But with such responsibility comes a need to drive prolonged change, and to take your people with you.
In this second episode of The Living Enterprise, sit back and enjoy a masterclass from world-recognized IT leaders on setting the boardroom agenda, improving stakeholder management and driving digital 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.
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In this episode, you’ll hear from:
- Cynthia Stoddard CIO and Senior VP at Adobe
- Bernd Preuschoff, CDO at the Uvex group
- Jay Ferro, CIO at Quikrete
- Isaac Sacolick, president of Star CIO
- Andrew Wilson, Microsoft’s CDO – was CIO at Accenture for 7 year
- Jason Oliver, Director of IT Services at Sussex University
- David McGrath, Chief Digital Officer at Clubs Australia
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In case you missed it, in the first episode of the podcast series our panel 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.
In the third episode of The Living Enterprise, our IT and business leaders debate the value of interpersonal relationships, the need to forge more allies than enemies, and how to plot influence in enterprise. Tune in now to hear from your peers on their personal journeys, their achievements and struggles, and top tips for you to take back into the workplace.