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  • CIO spotlight: Rebecca Thomas of PwC New Zealand

    PwC CIO Rebecca Thomas majored in Chinese and information sciences at university. She mines this divergent background in the fast-paced digital era.

    Written by Divina Paredes13 Nov. 18 06:45
  • 10 must-have skills for ITSM pros

    If you work in IT service management, these are the 10 skills you’ll need in order to be successful in the years ahead.

    Written by Sarah K. White27 Oct. 18 01:43
  • The CIO blogger: Tips and advice

    Ever thought about starting a blog? It's a great way to get your voice heard, become part of an online community, or simply keep an online account of your life.

    Written by By Ashleigh Macro20 July 18 09:34
  • Don't fall victim to 'siloed' thinking: Vinh Giang

    It's better to have a mind opened by wonder than one closed by belief. This was the key message of Vinh Giang, magician and communication coach, who delivered the first keynote at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in the Gold Coast yesterday.

    Written by Divina Paredes27 Oct. 15 09:39
  • ​Mission: Clarity in communication

    How many times have you explained something to someone or asked them to do something and, as a result of their actions, realised they completely misunderstand what you meant?

    Written by Campbell Such21 Oct. 15 06:00
  • CIO roundtable: ‘Navigating the new workplace’

    New technologies bring greater communications and collaboration among teams, along with a raft of new issues for CIOs and their executive colleagues. At a recent CIO roundtable held in association with Dimension Data, panellists shared insights on how to lead this changing environment. Here are highlights of the discussion.

    Written by Divina Paredes09 April 14 06:00
  • Doing reorganisation right

    When I interview candidates for positions I've been hired to fill, I typically ask them to whom they currently report. I cannot tell you how often they respond, "That depends, what day of the week is it?" IT professionals are as likely as anyone to invest a tremendous amount of meaning in their titles, their headcount and their reporting lines, and CIOs who reorganize too often (or poorly) are in danger of losing talent. The CIOs below have found ways around that.

    Written by Martha Heller17 Dec. 11 01:43