A knee-jerk, quick response to a mandatory cost-cutting challenge can certainly reduce cost in the short term. However, without proper evaluation, these costs often return in the medium to long term.
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‘We need to move away from the notion of uncertainty, to collectively embracing change’: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
Says NZ economy is in good shape amidst global headwinds, and details plans for tackling the future of work
Gartner outlines steps to address risks organisations can - and can’t - control
With the new Privacy Bill likely to be implemented in a little over six months and the Christmas break looming, it’s a good time for agencies to consider what the new Privacy Bill means for them, write Alex Chapman and Amy Ryburn of Buddle Findlay
Millennials are the canaries in the coal mine - unlike previous generations, they have been taught to have a low tolerance for toxic behaviour and to keep their expectations high.
Dhaya Sivakumar and his team step up to bring their key ICT systems from Australia to New Zealand
Google has raced to launch a slew of privacy-related features as the search giant and social media companies face heat from users and regulators globally on how their platforms handle user data.
Co-founder Atta Elayyan had the logo and website ready, just before he died in the March 15 Christchurch terrorist attacks
SAP seeks to simplify app development on its cloud platform, while helping customers make the most of machine learning.
A visibly emotional Thunberg, 16, said in stern remarks at the opening of the summit that the generations that have polluted the most have burdened her and her generation with the extreme impacts of climate change.
The current head of digital strategy and delivery at Mercury will start her new role in November
Corporate boards should brace for the increasing impact of digital migration, AI and cultural shifts on their companies – and what this means for their role as directors
The GM digital services at Mercury talks about essential actions to prepare any organisation for continuous, massive change in the digital era
Unfortunately, most of us don’t realise that being excellent technically isn’t the whole story. There are several other critical pieces we need for long-term success in this age of AI, robots and exponential change
IDC’s global vice-president and IT executive advisor, Joseph Pucciarelli is a plane crash survivor - a fact not many people know - and a story he references to inspire today’s tech leaders about the need to take risks and the importance of ‘working the problem.’
Superintendent Rob Cochrane, acting CIO at NZ Police, talks about innovative programmes being developed by cops and ICT teams working side by side
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
A company that gets this right is well placed to embark upon a successful transformation, or should I say, continuous reinvention of self and business, writes John Boesen of MNF Group
CEO Nick Grayston explains the retailer’s latest digital transformation initiative
‘We act as if any competitor we can imagine is already here’ – Foodstuffs North Island CEO Chris Quin
Chris Quin outlines how the local grocery co-operative is tackling disruptors: from global brands to changing customer habits