In this session CRIF will present how to set-up an efficient and structured Data Governance process based on a robust and exhaustive Information Framework.
A concrete and successful business case will be presented, including challenges, solutions, business impact, key takeaways and recommendations. A real story to build consensus on Data Strategy engaging CIOs and Executives.
As part of the Group 2020 Ambition “transform to Grow”, Société Générale Investment Banking is engaged in a deep Agile@Scale transformation of its IT operating model.
This transformation, co-conducted with the business, is for us a must-do in the context of our industry in order to prepare for the future. Started in 2017 and leveraging on 7 years of Agile deployment and Continuous Delivery practices, it now impacts 7000+ IT staff members globally, 500+ business stakeholders, directly involved in daily IT activities. Significant progress has already been achieved, ie an RCT between 2-4 weeks for 70% on the transformed tribes, a level of satisfaction of 80% of all the actors (business and IT), a growing percentage of developers within the teams.
In this CIO Story, Patricia will share how Agile@Scale adopted the new way of working which deeply transformed budget steering, HR processes, project management approach, management mindset, in order to get more value for the business, innovation capacity, efficiency and attractivity.
Even in a world that is constantly changing, you can prepare your organization to proactively deliver what's next — continuously. You are leading your enterprise through culture change and digital innovation while shifting to a product delivery structure. In this keynote, we will explore various product models and the business outcomes they support, with an integrated view of technology that builds and sustains momentum for your enterprise.
The wonderful thing about being a human being is that although we are born with a full complement of brain cells, it is the growth of connections between the cells that accounts for the growth of the brain after birth. These connections reflect the unique sequence, - a life-story, of individual experiences and interactions with the outside world: a phenomenon known as ‘plasticity’ that leads to the personalization of the physical brain, amounting to a ‘mind’. Given the unprecedented challenges posed by the digital world to emotions and well-being, we need to devise the best ways for optimizing fulfillment of each individual’s potential with a correspondingly new type of leadership.
Our brand new global CEO and senior business executive survey reveals what business leaders are focused on in 2019 and 2020. These early trend signals will help CIOs think about how the agenda for IT and digital will change. We will give important high level advice on what to do in response so you can get ahead of the game in your own business.
UEFA is one of the leading sports unions in the world. A business unlike any other. Or is it? In this interview, we’ll ask UEFA CIO Daniel Marion about what UEFA is doing in their B2B market, as well as in their consumer focused activities. What does digital mean for them, what did the transition look like and what can the audience learn from them. Mr. Marian will share his lessons on how to lead a true digital transformation, share personal experiences and perhaps even give us a glimpse of things to come.
A key aspect of the increasingly important global digital narrative is the role of digital dragons. These organizations, like Baidu, Alibaba Group, Tencent (BAT), Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple (GAFA), have digital-first cultures, are digital employers of choice, have highly scalable services, data mastery, deep pockets, evolving platforms and ecosystems with powerful capabilities. They have increasing ambition that crosses and blurs industry boundaries. How should traditional companies and governments think about them, plan with them in mind, and choose whether to and how to use, compete, partner or ignore them?
Boards and management are reflecting on the culture and sub-cultures of their organisations more than ever before. They are assessing whether issues exist, their underlying causes and what actions can be taken to evolve their culture, including protecting those critical features that have served them well. Forward thinking leaders have identified that a culture that supports innovation can be a differentiator when competing for customers and talent. Whilst many organizations recognize the importance of digitization, most are struggling to achieve and deliver the business benefits. In today’s fast-paced world driven by digital and social - best practice for digitalization involves not abandoning history and throwing away established core business and totally transferring to a new IT way of doing business, but combining the strengths of both. Research evidence from our consulting practice reveals that leaders and managers find themselves up against a number of key dilemmas when seeking to digitize. By confronting these dilemmas and seeking effective reconciliations between their competing demands, organizations can embed new solutions that synergize older traditional business with the new worlds of IT. The more we go digital, the more we need analogue
Best practices, common pitfalls and cultural challenges. Is it possible to achieve “just enough governance” without over-imposing controls that may dampen the agile team’s sense of autonomy and trust? Will putting too much standardization on agile teams result in sub-optimization and loss of productivity? Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Do you share your perspectives and opinions as often and as forcefully as men? How do others react to you when you speak up? Are your views given equal weight? Do you feel you have unique challenges in your organization because you are a woman? Discuss the practical realities of leaning in with other women CIOs. Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Creating a CIO dashboard can help to articulate IT's value to your business and your company's overarching goals. How have you organized your business facing CIO dashboards? What key metrics are needed at the CIO level? What KPIs do you use to show progress and track success? Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Discuss how your global enterprise can optimize costs and experience increased efficiency through centralisation. What has worked at your enterprise? What hasn’t? This Meetup is designed exclusively for CIO’s from Global Enterprises – those with $10 billion or more in annual revenues. Meetups are interactive and self-facilitated small group discussions for end-user attendees to build relationships and gain new perspectives. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Join your peers to discuss your thoughts on how private blockchain could fundamentally change business processes by making them more transparent and auditable. What scenerios are you evaluating? What risks/challenges do you see? Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
Join your peers to discuss practical methods for increasing end-user awareness of cyber threats in your organization. What's worked for you? What tools are you using? What are the most effective ways to increase awareness at the associate level and to communicate at the board level? Meetups are networking sessions that allow you to connect with a small group of peers, without Gartner facilitation, in the spirit of solving business problems together. Please make every effort to attend your Meetup as your peers will be looking forward to meeting with you.
As all aspects of Government continue to progress their Digital agendas, critical to this is the recognition of Senior Executives that IT is the Technology enabler, hard wired to the business needs and strategic priorities to deliver to mission outcomes and improve citizen services. Strategic IT change should only be created and delivered with the support and collaboration with the business ( mixed teams, product based). Join this roundtable to meet other Public Sector peer CIOs and explore how IT is driving continuous changes in their organisations in ways that support organisational values and the public good, what challenges remain and the CIO’s important role in leading from the front.
Join this roundtable discussion to explore with Financial Services industry peers how IT is contributing to strategy and business innovation, from end customer experience through to data insight, and how CIOs are guiding and rolling out innovation initiatives.
In this roundtable, you will discuss with your peers about so far experiences of blockchain initiatives and the latest technologies to be applied for business gain.
In many enterprises, a tacit assumption exists that, once an idea has proven its value, it will magically scale into a market-ready innovation. This is, of course, erroneous. We believe CIOs should be more deliberate about scaling proven ideas to create value. Join this roundtable to share your success and challenges in scaling innovations (prototypes) within your enterprise.
Digital business transformation requires people change throughout the enterprise, not just in IT. Digital workplace programs are essential to build a workplace to attract talent, cultivate employees’ digital dexterity and help ensure enterprises get the best return from their investments in end user technologies. In this lightly moderated roundtable CIOs in midsize enterprises will share experience around the most effective actions to drive a digital workplace program in midsize enterprises.
In many global enterprises Group IT plays both a leadership and a supporting role across a number of geographies and business units. This Roundtable is for Group CIOs to share organizational enablers and hurdles to establish a successful Group IT operating model that scales and flexes to corporate needs. How should Group CIOs lead and support business innovation and digital transformation?
Join this Roundtable to discuss Group IT models with your peers in global organizations. This Roundtable is intended exclusively for CIOs from global enterprises with $10 billion or more annual revenue. (Exclusive to Global Enterprise Executive Experience Attendees).
AI is a transformative technology for the use of data and analytics, driving sustainable competitive advantage. AI allows companies to design and deploy market-making and market-leading data and analytics strategies that are sustainable and scale with business ambitions. It also supplies the continuous information needed to make the best use of data and analytics.
Join this roundtable to discuss and share with your peers how you are leveraging AI’s potential to enhance your Data & Analytics capabilities, and to share the implementation challenges you are facing.
Gartner predicts that now, and into the foreseeable future, demand for quality technical talent will far outstrip supply. This roundtable provides an environment to discuss your perception of the true scale of the problem, as well as sharing ideas about what to do about it.
The CIO’s job is evolving to become more of a digital-strategy leading role. That requires proactive exploration of new business model possibilities that technology might enable. In this workshop you will work with peers to practice two simple creative techniques for generating more radical business model possibilities that could outwit competitors. The purpose is to become more proficient at this kind of creativity and to take away a workshop template that you can use with your own executives and managers.
Are you a new CIO in the role or in the organization? Are you looking for tips, tricks and insights to successfully navigate a new environment? This workshop is designed to aid new CIOs in assessing their environment successfully and building solid business relationships.
To be effective in the digital enterprise, IT staff must add technical and behavioral breadth to their historic strength of technical depth. In this session, we will use the experiences of Nationwide and Intel to identify the critical skills and behaviors required by IT staff, and workshop how to build a scalable ‘breath + depth’ skills development program in your organization.
Strategic planning is at the heart of any enterprise, and the alignment with the corporate strategic plan is often a key concern of CIOs. There is a science to developing an IT strategy, and there is an art as well. This session explores the art of strategic planning, helping attendees articulate IT's contribution to business success. In this workshop, attendees will:
● Engage in the thought process behind the art of a one-page strategy.
● Learn the techniques for developing a one-page strategy and have the opportunity to develop your own one-pager.
To support digital transformation, CIOs are increasingly organizing IT work and priorities around “product lines” rather than projects, and moving to continuous delivery. IT product line management offers the speed, flexibility and business outcomes orientation necessary to compete in the digital era. But doing it at scale requires a very significant evolution in the IT funding model, from project-based to product-based.
In this workshop we will be able to:
● Compare notes on how CIOs are making the case to their CFOs and CEOs to fund products, not projects
● See how “products over projects” works in practice, by reviewing CEB case studies
● Discuss the deficiencies of the traditional project-based funding model
● Debate the pros and cons of a move to product-based funding model.
This workshop will address the biggest barrier to Enterprise change – culture! Enterprises often struggle to articulate what cultural changes are required — leading to transformation efforts stalling as team fatigue sets in. Achieving a continuous high velocity change environment (Continuous Next) requires focused efforts that address cultural vulnerabilities. Leverage a framework to create the culture change roadmap of hacks which also serves as a useful stakeholder communication tool. For those with courage, this collateral will become an indispensable element of any major transformation effort where the stakes for success are high!
In this workshop, we will be looking at identifying your sourcing options to enable a product-led operating model and de-risk digital transformation investments. Topics covered will be:
● Sourcing strategy and model evolution when moving from project to product.
● Why sourcing options are more linked to customer experience and product strategies.
● Adaptive sourcing.
● Linking business value with value delivered by partners and ecosystem (new metrics, contracts relationships, etc.).
As we are entering the third era of IT where Information and Technology are becoming the core of all companies’ products, I&T is no longer only IT’s responsibility. The challenge for many CIOs is to engage the other CxOs in this transformation. Focus on business capabilities is one way of engaging the leadership and improving the maturity of the I&T Operating Model.
Cybersecurity and IT risk are board imperatives. Developing an effective message that balances the need to protect along with the need to run your business is critical to success. Many of the successful concepts are not obvious, and some of what is obvious is actually not advised. This session describes what to do and what not to do. It presents a slide deck to start and guidance to modify the deck for your specific needs.