Held at International Towers Sydney, our annual CIO event welcomed more than 100 CIOs and technology leaders to hear the results of the 2019 Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey.
Our photographer was there to capture it all. Take a look in our dedicated photo album.
We were delighted to be joined by our panel, chaired by Bridget Gray, Managing Director of Harvey Nash Australia. The panel was made up of:
Also in attendance was Guy Holland of KPMG. You can watch an interview with Guy here.
6 things we learnt on the night...
Dear clients, candidates and contractors, We at the Harvey Nash Group have never been more ready to support you.
A board that does not function is a recipe for scandal. Following high-profile data breaches and technology failures from household names such as British Airways and Facebook, public trust of business is low and customers, investors, workers and society are demanding better.
Harvey Nash/LBS Leadership Institute report reveals more than half of boards have never discussed impact on supply chains
What a difference a year makes. Last year when we co-authored our annual blog to recap the Australian unveiling of the global Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, the focus was on uncertainty. Across the marketplace, on the job and in their roles, CIOs were facing unprecedented uncertainty in 2017.
On this day thirty years ago, Harvey Nash was born. During those three decades we have grown from a small single office in central London, to one of the most successful talent companies in the world, with multiple offices and leading brands stretching across four continents.
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