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Hear what she has to say about joining us at the CIO Peer Forum.
Tanmay Bakshi, keynote speaker at the CIO Peer Forum recently recorded a Ted Talk on how artificial intelligence could help predict potential teen suicides. At the CIO Peer Forum, Tanmay will speak on Augmenting the World through Artificial Intelligence
Elise Olding, Research Vice President, Gartner is a speaker at the CIO Peer Forum on the topic of the Six Step to Change Leadership.
Nathan Sherlock is VP Managed Services Client Advocacy for Herjavec Group who will be moderating a track at the April CIO Peer Forum in Vancouver. He has worked within the Managed Services field for over 10 years and is passionate about SIEM and security monitoring. Nathan holds various certifications including CISSP, CEH, GCIH, GSLC, and always strives to advance his security knowledge, while improving the security posture for Herjavec Group’s managed clients.
In our recent Cybersecurity Conversations For The C-Suite 2018 report we highlighted five areas of cybersecurity that should be the focus of board-level conversations this year. It’s time to get proactive and test your systems in 2018.
This blog post was submitted by Dr. Blaize Horner Reich, ICD.D | RBC Professor of Technology and Innovation | Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University | Academic Fellow | International Council of Management Consulting Institutes. Blaize will be a speaker at the CIO Peer Forum in April, 2018 on the topic Combining Agile and Waterfall Approaches to Govern Risky Projects and Lead the Organization
While there is a lot of buzz about ‘agile’ as an approach to managing projects, the tried and true ‘waterfall’ method has a solid track record and is a familiar process for many. Our research finds that project managers are mixing and matching agile and waterfall practices to get the best results for their projects.
Authored by John Belden, Project Execution Advisory Services Practice Leader, UpperEdge
Speaker at the CIO Peer Forum 2018 in Vancouver on Contracting and Delivering Agile at Enterprise Scale
Agile has been around for a long time by IT standards and has proven to be successful for many companies. As companies have evolved and progressed through the pioneering stage of Agile, there has been a tendency to take on larger and larger efforts. There have even been inroads made in the application of Agile to support the deployment of ERP (projects that are notoriously complex with a significant amount of integration). But the benefits of Agile that were derived from smaller scale efforts have not naturally transferred to Agile projects at scale.
Here is a message from Bill Keyworth, Vice President Research, IDC who will be presenting at the CIO Peer Forum in Vancouver.
Bill has given us a short video to preview Breaking Through the Digial Deadlock.
Authored by Domenico Lepore,International Expert and Innovator, Systems-Based Management and Complexity
Speaker at the CIO Peer Forum 2018 in Vancouver on Ahead of the Curve: The CIO As a Systemic Leader
“I would say to the House, As I said to those who have joined the government: I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat. You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word: Victory. Victory at all costs. Victory in spite of all terror. Victory, however long and hard the road may be, for without Victory there is no survival”.