CIO Talk Network Podcast
Summary: Today, Enterprise Technology is both Strategy and Global. On CIO Talk Network (CTN), Business IT Thought Leaders from around the globe share their experience and discuss how they are partnering with business to innovate and help grow the top line revenue, better care of customers, and improve the corporate bottom line. If you want to keep up with changes in technology and how it can be leveraged to maximize business potential, listen to CTN: CIO Talk Network
Future - Focused Leadership
Guest 1: Sam Segran Title: CIO, Texas Tech University (TTU) Do the members of your team cringe when you ask them to step up and lead? Is it due to lack of title? What are you doing to build non-positional leaders who focus on making a positive impact from any place in organizational hierarchy?
Cloud providers only go so far in sharing the responsibility of keeping your information assets secure. The onus of protecting data and managing threats in the cloud still lies with you. But, if you can’t see what’s going on across your entire cloud infrastructure at all times, how do you detect and respond to threats, cut vulnerabilities, and ensure ongoing compliance? What are the steps to gaining continuous visibility into the cloud environment and using it to control related security?
Are your employees engaged in meaningful work? Are the managers devoted to employees’ success by providing regular coaching and feedback? Do the teams feel empowered to make decisions and working with mutual trust? Are your organization’s workplace policies and culture conducive to enhancing employee engagement? What are you doing to transforming employee experience, a critical step to getting ready for the daunting times ahead?
Organizations recognize the value of going digital with their supply chains but, in many cases, have introduced the idea as point solutions to automate specific processes or functions. This fragmented and opportunistic approach undermines full potential. How can organizations define and adopt digital in ONE holistic approach to operating supply chains across the globe? Guest 1: Jamie Bragg Title: Executive Vice President & Chief Supply Chain Officer, Tailored Brands, Inc.
Guest 1: Georgette Kiser Title: Chief Information Officer, The Carlyle Group Things can get busy, really busy for you and those you lead. As a leader, how do you rally everyone, from executive management to staff, to commit to getting the right things done? Besides the traditional rationalization and prioritization tactics, what are you doing to achieve this intended outcome?
Guest 1: Rajeev Ravindran Title: Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Ryder System Lack of systems leads to crisis. Overstaffing causes additional coordination. And improper organization results in excessive meetings. How are you preparing before launching innovation in your organization? Are you leaning back and rethinking people, processes, and tools to scale your efforts?
Adopting AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare
Guest 1: Joseph Santamaria Title: Vice President and Chief Information Officer, PSEG Services Corporation There is increasing demand for clean energy along with better visibility and more control on consumption. How is Energy industry fundamentally rethinking its processes, systems and workforce to meet such demands?
Cloud makes it easy to run a business but handling it can be complex due to its dynamic nature. How can we make it easier to optimize related cost, usage, performance, security, and availability? And how can it all be automated such that the cloud manages itself?
Reimagining Service to Maximize Revenue and Profitability
CXOs are getting fired. Companies are losing credibility and billions in revenue. But many CISOs still have a hard time making security forethought in their organizations. How can CISOs get everyone to embrace security as a forethought for the benefit of all involved?
Building Unified Digital Workspaces
IoT adoption promises great ROI for other industries. How has it been helping retail organizations transform their customer’s journey, improve operations, increase revenue and shrink costs? With the results delivered thus far, has it delivered a positive ROI? What is ahead of the curve? How should Retail Leadership prepare their respective organizations to exploit IoT’s full potential in the future?
Strong leaders don’t just deliver results. They also develop proteges into superstar performers along the way. How do they do it? How can you shift your people, processes, and practices to effectively deliver on both agendas?