Procensol’s Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Mervin Chiang will join fellow Brisbane CIOs to attend this week’s, Brisbane Discuss: The Gartner CIO Agenda 2017 and contribute to discussions around Gartner’s research findings and seizing the digital ecosystem opportunities currently being presented to CIOs.
Gartner’s Research Director, Digital Innovation, Jenny Beresford will share the key priorities identified by over 2,500 CIOs from around the globe who control more than $250 billion in IT spending, the key methods shaping IT strategy to delivery greater business value and how today’s CIOs are delivery in the new digital reality.
Gartner’s survey findings show that “business leaders are driving enterprises to create, adopt and expand digital ecosystems. CIOs in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) are intensifying their efforts to strengthen digital leadership, organization and technology capability”.
You can download a copy of “Seize the Digital Ecosystem Opportunity: Insights From the 2017 Gartner CIO Agenda Report” here.
As a thought leader in Digital Disruption and Innovation, Mervin is excited to discuss some of the challenges we face in this space and how the MBT framework can be used to help solve some of these challenges.
The MBT framework looks to answer the “how to” innovate and transform successfully, consistently and continuously, setting up organisations to be Change Resilient. Find out more about the MBT framework here.
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