The Three Magical Transformation Ingredients That CIOs Can't Afford to Miss Mary Mesaglio, Distinguished VP Analyst, Gartner Everyone is digitally transforming. But there is an alarming gap between digital ambition and actual execution. A sense of transformation fatigue is setting in. What if we told you that there are three essential ingredients that CIOs and other executives consistently miss when trying to transform? This session delves into the three most important and most overlooked ways to accelerate your transformation.
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Ed Gabrys is a Research Director in Gartner CIO Research, based in Hong Kong. His research focuses on leadership, politics, culture and strategy. Specifically, he helps senior leaders develop leadership skills, insights, and inspiration, strategic plans and organizations that are required for success in a digital world.
eHealth Ireland has secured the ability to run a CHIME CIO Boot Camp programme. The programme will be four days in late November followed by two days in February which will then provide Health IT Leaders with the learning required to sit the CHIME exams. This is a unique opportunity for you to become a globally accredited CIO. The following forum members will be undertaking the boot camp….
here Ed Gabrys is a Research Director in Gartner CIO Research, based in Dubai, UAE. His research focuses on leadership, culture, digital business and strategy. Specifically, he helps senior leaders develop leadership skills, insights, and inspiration, strategic plans and organizations that are required for success in a digital world. Ed will discuss the The Art of Persuasion. Success for CIOs is improved by harnessing the power of influence. Persuasion is an art that can be developed through the understanding, acceptance and practice of a few practical techniques to enhance stakeholder relationships
Click here to view the PDF on The Digital Journey and the Opportunity for CIOs
As part of the annual HISI conference 2016
The theme is Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
While the activities of the forum will be determined / proposed by the forum, it is envisaged that the forum will have in input into or be involved in organising some / all of the following: