Rob’s presentation explored The CIO’s role in building a sustainable, enterprise-wide adaptive capability for constant change.
New, digitally enabled ways of working and living require a fundamental shift in the design and implementation of enterprise strategies and architectures. Problem is, many – if not most – established organisations struggle with their own adaptability and agility capabilities. Additionally, evidence is that conventional enterprise ‘change management’ and ‘business transformation’ approaches are typically too slow and not well suited to the rapidly evolving, complex and interrelated executive, customer and business demands, not to mention risks.
In this presentation , Rob outlines a proven, robust and scalable approach to building a sustainable adaptive enterprise strategy and architecture capability to drive continuous efficiency and innovation.
This capability delivers a sustainable, adaptive enterprise value chain of integrated strategy, architecture, project delivery and service operations capabilities.
In particular, the critical role that the CIO plays in positively challenging and guiding their organisation on this journey is explored.
A narrated copy of the slide deck is available below:
Delivered at the 2017 Procurement and Contracting for ICT conference, this presentation explored:…
How to build a holistic, adaptive ICT procurement capability that drives continuous business innovation and efficiency;
How to identify and mitigate the systemic risks associated with ICT procurement;
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By popular request, this is the edited transcript of the presentation delivered at the CIO Summit on August 21, 2013 on the Gold Coast, Australia. The focus of the presentation was on Avoiding new technology failures within organisations.
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