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Digital leaders drive innovation, while the mob wants stability. In blunt terms, that’s the difference between how leaders and followers treat transformation, according to this year’s global Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey. Now in its 21st year, the survey is one of the largest of its kind in the world. The

Companies with enough digitally savvy board members make more money. That’s the key finding from a recent study by MIT Sloan, which also revealed that few organisations measure up. The research found that only 24 per cent of the boards of companies listed in the US with over $1 billion

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Digital strategy and cyber security have climbed to the top of boardroom agendas, as the competitive and regulatory landscape continues to shift. That’s a key finding from the Harvey Nash/Alumni Board Report 2018-2019, created in partnership with the London Business School’s Leadership Institute. Leadership Webinar: Which-50’s 2019 Outlook and Business

Organisations struggle to see innovative ideas all the way through to commercial successes, while at the same time they are unable to kill off poorly performing initiatives according to the authors of the Harvey Nash 2019 Technology Survey. And the bigger the company, the worse they are at innovation. The authors

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Despite the hype, IT leaders are bullish that artificial intelligence is already having a commercial impact on their organisations. According to the Harvey Nash 2019 Technology Survey, 42 per cent of respondents said they were either making or saving money by using AI. The annual survey, which is one of

Data breaches have reached an all-time high forcing Boards ramp up investment in data security and privacy. GDPR compliance is also biting as companies rush to adjust despite the rule change that was years in the making. The figures are contained in the latest 2018 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey. The study,

More than forty per cent of technology leaders and professionals have little or no trust in how third parties use their data, while those working for older companies question their ability to innovate. The figures are contained in the annual Technology Survey from global recruiter, Harvey Nash. The authors of

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The level of digital upheaval is growing around the world with a big increase in the number of board members who believe their organisations are being disrupted.  41 per cent of directors, up from 31 per cent last year, acknowledged the impact in the Harvey Nash/Alumni board report, released in London

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The release this coming Thursday (August 17) of the Australian results latest global Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO survey should provide compelling reading for all those local executives with carriage of their companies digital strategies. The event which will be held at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney is one of those ‘must-go’

Digital transformation

While uncertainty is making business and IT planning difficult for many organisations, evidence suggests digital strategies have infiltrated businesses across Australia at an entirely new level. According to the 2017 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, the proportion of organisations surveyed that have enterprise-wide digital strategies increased 21 per cent in just