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  • Meet the Australian cricket team's secret selector

    ​There’s a new coach on the Australian cricket team's staff roster. This trainer is already proving hugely influential in deciding which players get picked and is one of high-performance chief Pat Howard’s most trusted advisers.​

    Written by George Nott11 Jan. 17 15:24
  • Sydney Water's new CIO hits reset

    "We can reset the operating model in a way that we become a digital business rather than an analogue business with a digital veneer. That’s the vision."

    Written by George Nott07 June 16 12:57
  • ​Your industry will be disrupted (again) in three years

    "In any given industry, within about three years something is going to be introduced that will force you to rethink what your business model is," says Evan Stubbs, SAS’ chief analytics officer for Australia and New Zealand. And what about SAS itself?

    Written by George Nott27 May 16 09:00
  • ​5 lessons CIOs can learn from the power sector

    Studies in innovation suggest that some of the best ideas and solutions to problems are generated by looking at practices outside of one’s own area of work. There’s a tremendous opportunity for CIOs to learn better practices from their counterparts in other areas of the business.

    Written by Balaji OS25 May 16 11:18
  • Why machine learning is the new BI

    Get ready for artificial intelligence and automation that helps you make business decisions rather than just understanding what happened in the past.

    Written by Mary Branscombe20 April 16 21:37
  • 4 biggest misconceptions about hiring data scientists

    You probably think you know what you need out of a data scientist. However, if you believe in any of these common misconceptions, it might be time to reevaluate your business' expectations for current and future data scientists.

    Written by Sarah K. White11 April 16 21:10
  • New Sydney innovation centre to develop IoT technologies

    ​A new Sydney-based innovation hub will enable technologists to develop Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for the agriculture, transport, and natural resources sectors and support the creation of smart cities.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner15 Feb. 16 13:42
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