Wednesday January 29, 2020

When communication is key

Introducing new technology systems to business is all very well, but if you don’t have the workers on side, it can be a frivolous exercise, writes Killian Woods

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
30th August, 2015
Robina Chatham is a speaker at the IVI Autumn Summit 2015, at Carton House in Maynooth, County Kildare, on September 17, organised by iQuest; see ivisummit.ie

As the traditional approach to the role of chief innovation or information officer (CIO) is slowly left behind, the position is gradually gaining a greater emphasis on people management due to the need for CIOs to work across numerous teams to drive digital transformation.

At the upcoming IVI Autumn Summit this September, Robina Chatham will be speaking about how CIOs can help people within their own company through digital change and ultimately how organisations achieve...

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