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The role of chief digital officer could be in trouble – or they might just be working for companies that are already in trouble. And if they do too well at their job, their role might disappear completely. Public companies with chief digital officer under-perform their public market peers without

Sydney,Australia - February 20, 2016: A QANTAS Boeing 737 taxies towards the terminal after landing at the city's airport. QANTAS is the flag carrier for Australia.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says the airline is close to offering non-stop flights from to London and New York from the east coast of Australia, thanks in part to advances in cloud computing. Joyce said the new aircraft needed for the long haul are ready and the airline expects to

Judo Bank

Judo Capital is now Judo Bank, after it was today awarded its full banking licence from APRA. The banking watchdog said it has granted Judo Bank a licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) without restrictions under the Banking Act 1959. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter

Malaysia Airports is one year into a five year digital transformation aimed at matching the world’s best airport experiences. Fundamental to the strategy is data and analytics, according to the group’s CIO, Yiang Ming Lee. “There’s a lot of gut feel that comes from running an airport. There’s a lot

Global success these days is more spectacular, but that success comes at a steep price for everyone else, according to new research from the McKinsey and Company’s McKinsey Global Institute. Profits are becoming much more concentrated among the few and the trend has grown worse in the last two decades.

The enterprise technology market is in a bubble, distorted by cash from venture capital hoping the companies they back will win the greatest share of the market. That’s the view of Sridhar Vembu CEO of Zoho, an enterprise software company he founded in India in 1996. Sign up to Which-50’s

Faced with the prospect of major fines and reputational damage, an increasingly fragmented landscape of privacy regulation is putting senior executives on edge. Concerns about rapidly accelerating privacy laws and their associated regulatory burdens was identified as the top emerging risk that organisations face globally, according to Gartner’s latest emerging

The ongoing automation of repeatable process-based jobs, along with the augmentation of the world of knowledge workers by machine learning and AI will give rise to a new class of super-jobs. That’s a key finding in the newly released 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report from Deloitte which argues that

success trust growth

Marketers need to get their companies moving at the “speed of trust”. When they achieve that, the business grows faster because fewer things get in the way. That was a key message Derek Laney, Salesforce’s head of APAC Product Marketing, delivered to senior marketing executives at Which-50’s recent Personalisation in

I generally hate blog posts and articles that suggest there is a single trick, hack or tip that can change your world. (I swear if I see one more headline promising the one habit that can turn me into Jeff Bezos or Warren Buffet, my head will explode.) But, there