Is the organization culturally ready to embrace the transformation charter they have set for themselves? Do they have the conviction to stay with the transformation, however disruptive it may be.
Pratap Gharge, CIO at Bajaj Electricals, will retire on 30 June. He was a true visionary well ahead of his time. Here’s a look at his exceptional stint as an IT leader.
Tolerance of unethical factors can destroy a company. If you don’t know what you stand for – then you stand for nothing, says V S Parthasarathy, Group CFO, Group CIO and member of the Group Executive Board at Mahindra & Mahindra.
Acting on the Kotak panel’s proposals around corporate governance, the Securities and Exchange Board of India approved 40 new amendments that could completely revamp the Indian enterprise at the board level.
Here’s a look at the challenges women face after getting back to work from a maternity leave, and what makes them a preferred resource across organizations.
This year we bring you India Inc’s wonder women who are breaking the glass ceilings one IT project at a time in some of the best boardrooms across the country.
The tool combines mixed reality with data analytics and Honeywell’s 25 years of experience in worker competency management to create an interactive environment for on-the-job training.
According to Dell Technology research, 38 percent of Indian IT leaders believe they have already achieved human-machine integrated team.
One thing digitization accomplished is to evolve a CIO role. Instead of working only in silos, IT leaders are heading towards boardroom with business strategies. CIOs are becoming strategic advisors as driving business innovation and
aligning IT initiatives with business goals continue to be their top priorities. The SOTC 2018 draws on CIOs effort to balance business innovation and operational excellence, and how the year ahead will be rewarding for IT leaders.