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IT in 2021: Enabling Growth and Hybrid Work Models
- Tuesday, 13th July
- Registration: 12:25 - Close 2 pm (BST)
- Location: Virtual
How can we ensure technology stability today to fuel agility, growth and innovation tomorrow? This session explores how to best provide agility to line-of-business whilst still maintaining governance. As the world slowly adjusts to the new normal, learn how to deliver technology stability today through the reduction of technical complexity, whilst building a foundation for growth tomorrow.
In this session we’ll discuss:
- Managing consumption technologies
- Reducing technology complexity to fund growth
- Persona-Based IT and enabling the shift from Waterfall to Agile
- Mitigating Shadow IT in a ‘Work from Anywhere’ Future
Our Keynote Speakers
Becky Trevino, Vice President of Product Marketing, Snow Software
How to deliver technology stability today to fuel a foundation for growth tomorrow
As the world reopens, IT leadership must focus on building a platform for future growth, while leading the organisation to a ‘work from anywhere’ culture. Survey data from McKinsey indicates that 75% of respondents in North America and Europe believe they expect new technologies to accelerate through 2024. Many respondents also intend to move to more efficient and agile ways of working, and the majority plan to introduce new products and services. In this new world of work, IT leaders must effectively lead through what will be one of the most disruptive periods in their careers. Despite the challenges in providing agility whilst maintaining governance, using automation effectively and decentralising IT spend, the opportunities for innovation and growth are significant. Join us for an interactive discussion on how IT teams can approach hybrid working, how they can leverage a persona approach to IT services, and hear how your peers are managing rising costs for SaaS, IaaS and PaaS technologies.
Event Chair: Tim Hynes, Group Chief Information Officer, AIB
Tim Hynes is an executive with a broad range of experience across a number of disciplines that include brand marketing, operations, change management, and technology. He has 30 years’ experience in blue chip organisations where he has held both regional and global roles, leading teams spread across more than 40 countries. He is currently the Chief innovation Officer for AIB. Tim holds a Masters in Executive Leadership from Ulster University, is a qualified bank director, and is a Fellow of the Irish Computer Society.