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CIO Curriculum Officium (The CIO Role)

17 February 2020: 5:45 pm - 7:30 pm

Catalyst IT
Level 5 Rabobank Tower
2 Commerce St
Auckland 1010

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You are hired to be strategic, but spend most of your time on operational issues. You are expected to innovate but you are also the steward of risk mitigation and cost containment. You are expected to deliver revolutionary new business growth but are managed as a cost centre.  IT can make or break a company, but why do CIOs rarely have a seat at the top table?

This presentation will be followed by an opportunity for networking over light refreshments.

About The Speaker

Paul Littlefair was recently the CIO of Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC), a dairy-farmer owned agri-tech co-operative. Under Littlefair's guidance, LIC embarked on a significant modernization of its legacy systems, moving a billion cow records into the cloud, to deliver superior digital experiences to NZ Dairy Farmers. To achieve this Littlefair reshaped his team and delivery processes to align with agile cloud native technologies. He is ranked #2 in the NZ CIO50 and was awarded NZ CIO of the Year 2019. 

Registration Details:

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Please note that this session may be video or audio recorded for viewing by other members at a later date. As it is possible that audience members may be incidentally recorded, please let us know if you specifically want to be excluded and we will ensure you are not shown.

Attendance Cost

All ITP Financial MembersFREE
Staff of Corporate Partners (20% Discount)$17.39 + GST / $20.00 incl GST
Non-Members$21.74 + GST / $25.00 incl GST

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