Jed Simms from Australia
Around 70% of strategies are not delivered.
Around 60% of projects are "challenged"
This poor level of performances creates an opportunity for the CIO to become a Strategic IT Leader and enable their organization to execute their strategies and deliver the associated projects and value.
While this opportunity has been "on the table" for years, the means has been missing. How does the CIO/IT Leader become "strategic"? Great in words, but how in action?
There are only two ways to implement strategy:
The CIO can take control of and drive the project portfolio to visibly deliver the strategy together with the business.
In this session the gap that needs to be bridged for CIOs to move from tactical to strategic managers will be shown together with the means to bridge it and the payoff for CIOs.
When CIOs are seen to be delivering the strategy and project portfolio their perceived value to the organization increases exponentially-as will be explained in the session.
August 19th, 2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm