Graham Waller

Graham Waller

Distinguished VP Analyst
Graham Waller is a Distinguished Vice President in Gartner's Digital Business Leadership research team. He focuses on helping C-level executives with the leadership mindset, behavior and cultural shifts needed to succeed in the digital-era. Topics include; digital ambition, growth mindset, personal branding and leadership development. Mr. Waller currently leads a cross Gartner team researching the future of upskilling, reskilling and agile learning. He is a co-author of two Gartner books: "Digital to the Core" and "The CIO Edge: Seven Leadership Skills You Need to Drive Results".
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Tuesday, March 31, 2020 / 01:30 PM - 02:15 PM EDT
Continuous Learning Time Has Come – How CIOs Can Harness What Is Suddenly Possible

Online learning marketplaces offering just-in-time micro learning and stackable credentials are now abundant. By combining these affordable learning options with coaching and curated experiential learning the closing of critical talent gaps via rapid reskilling is now possible. CIOs are uniquely positioned to accelerate continuous learning within IT and as an enterprise competency.

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 / 02:30 PM - 03:15 PM EDT
Ask the Expert: How Can Continuous Learning Future Proof Your People and Enterprise?

Skill deficits have long been a CIO success barrier and now risen to a CEO strategy delivery concern too. To help close the gap leaders can harness what is suddenly possible in upskilling at speed and scale. CIOs are uniquely positioned to accelerate the journey to a modern continuous learning organizational capability. This interaction session will explore the following questions: Why is continuous learning a digital-era imperative (now)? What has changed to enable affordable more rapid reskilling outcomes? How can CIOs jump-start or accelerate a continuous learning journey for their enterprise?

Wednesday, April 01, 2020 / 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Remaster Your Personal Brand in Times of Transition

CIOs who fail to manage their personal brand will be defined by others — and they may not like it! Transitions such as a new business strategy, a promotion or move to a new enterprise, are key moments to evaluate brand “fitness for purpose.” This session provides simple practical tools to allow CIOs to take control of their brand in times of transition.

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