Louis Sylvester applies the principles he used as a personal trainer to get his clients “fitter, stronger, healthier and generally feel better about themselves” in the enterprise space.
Stories by Divina Paredes
Westpac New Zealand has appointed Dawie Olivier as chief information officer, taking over from Jason Millett who is interim CIO.
Gartner vice president David Mitchell Smith highlights the most common misconceptions on cloud CIOs should look out for
Start-ups are your competitors in the new technology landscape, says the CEO of Puttiapps.
CEOs expect them to lead the digital charge during this critical transition period, reports Gartner in its latest global CIO survey.
Westpac New Zealand is using money management tools created by New York start-up Moven to drive a new platform that will enable customers to do 90 per cent of their banking online.
Westpac New Zealand will roll out private cloud infrastructure under a new five-year agreement that will see the bank migrate some of its critical systems across to IBM’s Highbrook, Auckland data centre.
Not so long ago augmented reality was considered a futuristic prop in the movies, says chief digital officer Simon Pomeroy.
CIOs have two options: ignore it, maintain centralised control. Or, become an enabler to the business
A background in human resources led Simon Pomeroy to one of the most in demand executive roles today. He lifts the lid on what it is like to be chief digital officer in one of the largest enterprises in New Zealand, and in a very competitive sector.
Back from his stint as planning officer for the UN Mission in South Sudan, John Holley shares how the Army’s approach to strategic planning and operations can apply to the business environment.
Franklin shares insights from his varied experience as executive of companies on the supply and demand side of business and IT to lead the mining, concrete, engineering and agriculture group
Change management is one of the key skills CIOs need if they’re to help their organisation embrace new ways of working. Divina Paredes speaks with several IT leaders who have headed transformation projects to find out more.
‘The CIO can be an incredibly powerful position’ – the relentless pressures of the job are also opportunities to forge a great career and help the organisation outrank the competition.
The seed for the expedition was planted during a trip to New Zealand five years ago, when he joined his first alpine climbing course.