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PwC: NZ home to world’s most pessimistic CEOs
PwC New Zealand’s 21st CEO Survey shows NZ CEOs expect the worst for the global economy but are positive about their own company's success.
Hitachi Vantara announces key executive promotions
Brian Householder has been promoted to CEO and Scott Kelly has been promoted to COO.
Equinix CEO leaves company after 11 years over poor judgment in employee matter
The Equinix Board of Directors has appointed executive chairman Peter Van Camp as interim CEO.
Gartner provides recommendations around Equinix CEO’s abrupt departure
Ted Chamberlin says the rather rushed exit of Equinix CEO Steve Smith is nothing to panic about just yet.
Qlik fills role after long serving CEO’s resignation
Mike Capone has been appointed as CEO of Qlik following the step down of Lars Björk late last year.
Blast from the past replaces Bill Coleman as Veritas CEO
The move is a part of a “planned succession strategy” to lead Veritas in the next phase of its evolution.
IDC: Australian IT execs hitting 'digital deadlock' to digital transformation
In 2017 63 percent of organisations in ANZ were in early stages of their digital transformation because of their 'digital deadlock'.
Meg Whitman to leave HPE CEO position early next year
While Whitman is stepping down from the CEO position, she will remain on the HPE Board of Directors.
Gartner's top 10 ways to fund the shift to digital
42% of CEOs are now taking a digital-first approach to business change or taking digital to the core of their business model.
Should digital transformation be more actively pursued by APAC businesses?
Bjorn Engelhardt, Riverbed senior vice president of Asia Pacific & Japan talks about digital transformation and the role of the CIO.
Changing of the guards: Huawei NZ appoints new CEO
“New Zealanders embrace innovation and there is a clear willingness from the industry and government to invest in future technologies."
Aussie CEOs: Ready to be disruptors, not the disrupted
“The majority of CEOs expected headcount growth into the future. Australia needs to grow the pie, not slice it in different portions."
4% of CEOs & board chairs are women - Diversity, still a problem for corporate boards
The research shows that in New Zealand 28% of board seats and only 11% of board chairs are held by women.
The new-age CEO: three steps to effective digital leadership
Given the pace that digital innovation is disrupting industries, it’s not surprising that digital enablement is quickly becoming a top CEO priority.
Same office, different role for newly appointed NZX CEO
To find the right candidate, the Board commissioned governance services firm Propero Consulting to survey a wide sample of its stakeholders.
Research determines Australia's most popular boss
Celebrity brands are unmistakably magnetic, employers of choice, and allow employees to be pioneers of their own brand purpose, values, and mission.
IT managers face increased scrutiny to secure a company's network, says exec
“Furthermore, they haven’t implemented the right policies from the start before taking on new technology.”
Research reveals key concerns for Aussie CEOs – mastering tech tops the list
Australian CEOs are concerned with grasping and utilising disruptive technology, presenting a clear opportunity for the channel.
New year brings new CEO for Eagle Technology
The new year brought a wave of things for a lot of us (mostly headaches), but for Eagle Technology, it brought change.
Kiwi CEOs: Skills shortage, cyber security & the digitised world
“Technology has had a massive impact on the speed at which we operate, especially when it comes to the global market."
A Silicon Valley CEO's presentation notes
It’s available in 20% more colours starting with space copper pink right through to barf white.
What is this so called 'Age of the Customer?'
CEOs cite “Customer Experience” as a topic objective for 2016 and 2017.
CEOs and CIOs are seeking digital risk leaders
These new “Digital Risk Leaders” will require a new set of skills that can help them understand the intersection of business risk and technology risk.
It's crunch time: CEOs say next three years critical to growth
Seventy-two percent of CEOs believe that the next three years will be more critical to their industry than the previous 50 years.