• The challenge with Technology Operating Models

  • Thursday, 25th March 2021
  • 12:55 - 14:00
  • Location: Online
  • Registration Closed

Modern IT Operating Models are concerned with enabling the organisation to realise the greatest gains from its technology investments. But what are the challenges in redesigning and implementing an updating operating model. In this session, we will hear from operating Model specialists; what’s involved and offer practical guidance to help highlight the challenges organisations face as they seek to optimise the use of technology.

Our Expert

Adrian Wakefield, Director, Transforming IT

Adrian helps ambitious organisations’ enhance their gains from technology through modern digital Operating Models that align people and process to deliver high-performance digital capability & technology infrastructure.

Michael Evans, Chief Thinker and Do-er, Beyond-Consulting

With 20+ years’ experience in technology and telco marketing and sales roles, plus CRM and MarTech delivery, Michael brings the ‘technology user’ conversation to transformation projects, helping bridge the gap between IT and the wider business.

Event Chair: Phil Tottie, CIO, CIO-OFFICE

Phil is an experienced IT Director, with over 35 years in the IT industry. He has considerable international experience having worked in the UK and 7 different countries across Asia, Middle East, Europe, and Latin America. The bulk of Phil’s corporate life has been in the finance sector where he has gained an in-depth knowledge of outsourcing, cost optimisation, programme management, service management and working with businesses to transform IT to build competitive advantage. During the past 5 years Phil has been working on a consultancy and portfolio basis and currently leads the IT consultancy services at CIO-OFFICE. Phil has experience of Merger & Acquisitions on behalf of Private Equity plus a wide knowledge of the Finance, Pharmaceutical, Manufacturing, Outsourcing, Education and Charity sectors. He has had equal success working within FTSE 100 companies as well as SMEs.

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