Leaders! Practise what you preach

If business heads want their staff to move to digital technologies, they have to go along on the journey too, writes Quinton O’Reilly

29th September, 2019
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From left: Mark Little, chief executive and co-founder, Kinzen; Martin Delaney, General Manager and Technology Leader, Innovation Value Institute; Frank O’Dea, Chief Innovation Officer, EY Ireland; Sarah Murphy, Managing Director, Business Post Events & iQuest; Cord Oestmann, Master Principal Solution Engineer, Oracle; Chris Butler, Sungard AS; and Noel Brilly, HPE Pictures: Maura Hickey

‘Eating your own dog food’ and the type of leader a modern business needs to drive digital transformation were some of the themes touched upon at the latest CIO and IT Leaders’ Summit.

The event, which took place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Thursday, covered a wide range of topics including modernising systems, case studies involving the public sector and developing a digital culture.

In a talk about embracing digital...

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