CIO and Chief Digital Officer leaders share their special insights and journeys at our Virtual CIO Symposium on Wednesday 18 November.
New Statesman Media Team‘s Virtual CIO Symposium, which now can take put on the afternoon of Wednesday 18 November, will aspect European CIO and Chief Digital Officer leaders managing hundreds of know-how staff members and billions of lbs . of IT and innovation investment decision.
Fellow CIOs, CTOs, electronic leaders and know-how executives are invited to sign up and hear from Met Office CIO Charles Ewen, Equinor CIO Åshild Hanne Larsen, Chief Digital Officer for London Theo Blackwell, and Philip Morris International CTO Michael Voegele.
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New Statesman Media Team‘s Virtual CIO Symposium will be supported by cyber professionals Darktrace.
The primary CIOs will be sharing their encounters, insights, improvements, chances and troubles with New Statesman Media Team journalists.
Virtual CIO Symposium speakers
London Chief Digital Officer Theo Blackwell was appointed in 2017 as the Mayor of London’s initially CDO to lead on London-extensive electronic transformation, knowledge and smart city initiatives at Town Corridor. Given that then he has produced the Good London Alongside one another Roadmap (2018) and initiated a collection of programmes to construct London’s collective ability for innovation like the institution of the London Office of Engineering and Innovation, the Mayor’s Civic Innovation Worries and the Linked London Programme for fibre infrastructure.
Equinor CIO Åshild Hanne Larsen was named CIO of the Year Europe at the conclude of 2019 by an unbiased jury, and will share her management classes, the Norwegian power giant’s electronic transformation and knowledge innovation journey, responding to Covid-19, and why the coronavirus crisis has pushed tech and IT even additional up the organization agenda.
Charles Ewen is Director of Engineering and CIO at the Met Office and will be in discussion with CBR reporter Claudia Glover. Ewen operates closely with the Met’s science teams on the organisation’s Substantial Performance Computing ability and mass storage systems – and is liable for offering chopping-edge IT to make improvements to the high-quality of forecast products and services and significantly to make those people products and services available and productive for buyers and the community.
Philip Morris CTO Michael Voegele, who joined from his position as Adidas CIO at the get started of 2019, will examine electronic transformation at 1 of the world’s major producing organisations, and how the know-how purpose is serving to PMI on its mission of offering a smoke-free future by pivoting the 173-year-old company’s organization away from combustible tobacco items.
Virtual CIO Symposium agenda
1.30pm – 2pm
Welcome in Exhibition Corridor and Networking Area
Movie introduction by Edward Qualtrough, New Statesman Media Team Engineering Editor
Philip Morris International CTO Michael Voegele job interview
Disrupting a thriving organization product in ‘smoke free’ transformation
Equinor CIO Åshild Hanne Larsen job interview
Digitisation and knowledge – and why HR management issues for CIOs
three.20pm – three.30pm
Virtual CIO Symposium husband or wife presentation
three.40pm – 4pm
Chief Digital Officer for London Theo Blackwell job interview
Digital innovation chances in the Mayor of London’s Office
Met Office CIO Charles Ewen job interview
Utilising HPC and knowledge in an significantly autonomous earth
Delegates at the Virtual CIO Symposium will be equipped to engage with shows on the most important stage, and with each and every other in Q&As with the speakers, sponsors, and their friends in digital chats and personal conversations.
New Statesman Media Team Engineering Editor Edward Qualtrough explained: “Following on from the results of the April 2020 Virtual CIO Symposium, it will be a privilege to welcome European CIO leaders based in Switzerland, Norway and the United kingdom at our successor party on Wednesday 18 November.
“Overseeing large teams, electronic transformation agendas, significant stages of IT innovation investment decision, and influencing large ecosystems of organisations, citizens and companions, we glimpse ahead to listening to from London’s CDO Theo Blackwell, Philip Morris CTO Michael Voegele, Equinor CIO Åshild Hanne Larsen, and Met Office CIO Charles Ewen as they share their insights with our audiences.
“We hope to welcome you on Wednesday 18 November and hope you are equipped to engage with and master from our specialist speakers and each and every other.”
Past speakers at New Statesman Media Team government know-how events in 2020 incorporate Sainsbury’s CIO Phil Jordan, Parliamentary Digital Company CIO Tracey Jessup, Northumbrian Drinking water CIO Nigel Watson, Johnson Matthey CIO Paul Coby, British Military CIO Important Normal Jonathon Cole, Office of Enterprise, Electrical power and Industrial System Chief Digital and Facts Officer Karl Hoods, British Crimson Cross CIO Rosie Slater-Carr, and SSE Electrical power Companies CIO Philip Clayson.