Fish and chips

Is IT intimate with the business?

Unlimited asks seven leading CIOs, are IT and business as intimate and integrated as they should be?

Wellington City Council IT manager Chris Wickham says that’s like asking whether fish goes with chips — everyone knows it does. But knowing it doesn’t mean everyone is doing it. And, if they aren’t, should the techies or the suits be making changes?

We also ask, is the role of the CIO changing and has the global downturn put pressure on IT spend for 2009 — are we looking at innovation on a shoe-string?

Also featuring Alan Hesketh, deputy director, Information Directorate, Ministry of Health, Owen McCall, CIO of The Warehouse, Andrew Diver, CIO of Vero, Julia Raue, CIO, Air New Zealand and more.

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