Every cloud has a silver lining. Challenging times can also be the catalyst for positive change and birthplace of a fresh wave of innovation. Join Host Narelle Hooper, former editor of AFR BOSS, as she talks with technology executives that have lived and led their organisations through immense pressure, only to see unexpected benefits and a brighter future. In these inspiring stories of leadership, pivot and transition, Narelle dives deep with her guests into topics such as rethinking business continuity planning, creating a digital workspace, tearing down silos and building a people-first business. This podcast is produced by VMware Australia. Available on major podcast platforms, Spotify, Google and Apple Podcasts.
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CIO as Revenue Generator and Strategic Leader
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In early 2020, when COVID-19 appeared, strategies for sustaining business operations were placed in the spotlight. CEOs turned to their CIOs to spearhead the transition to a productive remote workforce, sustaining business operations, and strengthening organisational resilience in preparation for future disruptions.
To learn more, about how CIOs stepped up and identified priorities during these challenging times, VMware Australia and New Zealand commissioned research firm ADAPT to undertake qualitative in-depth interviews with 21 CIOs from local enterprise organisations.
The study was led by ADAPT CEO Jim Berry, Senior Analyst Peter Hind, Director of Strategic Research Matt Boon and Senior Research Strategist Aparna Sundararajan.