Matt Ballantine proposes nine reasons CIOs need to start preparing for business without the PC
No amount of Waterfall or Agile will make a stupid idea less stupid and turn lead into gold
Is a machine with a human face more likely to fool us into believing they are bestowed with human powers of intelligence?
When having a seat on the board is not beneficial for the CIO
The Minimum Viable Product concept falls down horrifically if you are told precisely what you need to deliver
Be transparent with your data, and put it at the heart of the customer experience of how your services operate
What qualities should the CIO of 2016 have?
There is a gap around business transformation that isn't being filled, and human resources can help
Innovation comes from giving teams space, some constraints, and a bit of time pressure
Has the technology that we provide to enable people to work collaboratively has missed the point?
CIOs have the experience to teach other departments who no longer have a monopoly internal service
The pace of technological change is outpacing our legal and business regulation at an exponential pace
Going 'back to basics' to focus on technology is not an option for the CIO
Should you be thinking about moving from being a service provider to platform provider?
Why is there so little acquisition of innovative start-ups going on outside the tech sector?