CIO and IT Leaders Summit
September 25, 2019, Aviva Stadium
Capture the opportunity to drive business change: The CIO as innovator, business leader and cultural champion
Few things have the power to transform our world as rapidly and radically as digital technology.
Today’s CIO needs to be a digital innovator, cultural champion and business leader creating direction for the business and its digital ambitions. Indeed, today’s CEO will be looking to their CIO to do just that. Advances in digital transformation, machine learning, artificial intelligence and data analytics offer the chance for CIOs to play that central role in driving business growth and value. But, the CIO also needs to balance the risks and rewards of digital innovation.
Building on the success of our past events, The Business Post’s 2019 CIO Summit will explore how to drive business value through digital innovation and transformation, discuss the challenges facing CIOs, and to learn best practices. Using case studies and expert viewpoint, delegates will gain insights into strategies they can use to drive business value and create competitive advantage.
Through expert presentations, case studies, panel and roundtable discussions, we’ll explore:
- Building strategies in a digital world: The issues CIOs face in developing strategy and getting buy-in for their plans in the fast-paced and uncertain digital era
- Why CIOs need to craft a culture that supports ongoing change
- How the CIO can drive innovation in a traditional business
- What it takes to produce great teams and teamwork
Conference streams on:
1. Trust in tech: Why digital ethics matter
- Digital ethics in practice: How to balance the risks and rewards of digital innovation
- Who’s watching the machines? Ensuring ethical foresight, making ethics part of business decision-making
2. Digital government: Is our public sector prepared for a fully digital future?
- International case study: How Estonia is building the most advanced digital society in the world
- Building taller walls: Fighting the never-ending battle of protecting citizens’ data:
- Becoming digital citizens: Creating, embedding and boosting a digital culture
- Roundtable discussions where delegates share insights on a range of emerging technologies and issues– AI, Blockchain, immersive technologies, attracting and retaining tech talent, cyber resilience and quantum computing.
Our previous CIO Summits have been attended by decision-makers with the following titles:
- Senior IT leaders
- Technology and business strategy decision-makers
- Investors & Venture Capitalists
- Technology and service providers
Delegates attended from the following well-known organisations:
Enterprise Ireland, Local Government Management Association, Eirgrid, Bord na Mona, Dublin City Council, DCU, TCD, NUIM, NUIG, ESB, Eirgrid, Ervia, VHI, Tusla, Allianz, Offaly CoCo, Fingal CoCo, Beaumont Hospital, Limerick City Council, Cork City Council, Dept. of Agriculture, Food & the Marine, Dept. of Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Prison Service, Repak, EPA, PwC, United Drug, Invesco, AIB Bank, Mercury Engineering, BT, Fujitsu, Abtran, Independent News & Media, Arnotts, Dairygold, Musgrave, Dell, KPMG, Mainstream Renewable Power, Accenture, Sungard, Davy Stockbrokers, Friends First, Intel, Trocaire, KBC Bank, IBM, Payzone, O2, Aviva Stadium, Lakeland Dairies, Aer Lingus, Waterford Wedgewood, AWAS, Deloitte, William Fry, Openet, Fleetmatics, Smurfit Kappa, Irish Stock Exchange, NSAI, Irish League of Credit Unions, Trend Micro, Irish Continental Group, Allianz Ireland, Sherry FitzGerald Group, Oxfam, NUIG, Aviva Group Ireland, Topflight Travel, The Children’s Hospital Group, Bank of Ireland, Three Ireland, EY, Institute of Banking, Permanent TSB, Irish League of Credit Unions, HSE, Mater Private, Lakeland Dairies, Meath CoCo, Mayo CoCo, Limerick City and CoCo, Port of Waterford, Irish Pharmacy Union, Tallaght Hospital, Singlepoint, Cartrawler…
Our leading speakers this year include:
Read below to see what some of the attendees from our previous events have to say:
Research Fellow, Innovation Value Institute attendee
Excellent panels and topics. Really interesting and engaging. Well done to all involved.
Head of IT, SMBC Aviation Capital
Congrats on a great event. Good speakers, great content, well organised and a day out of the office well spent.
VP Business Optimisation & Chief Information Officer Ireland, ARAMARK
The CIO Summit was an outstanding event as it focused on leadership, global market dynamics and driving value within the context of ICT, rather than just ICT by itself.
Head of Digital Operations and Robotics, Bank of Ireland
I really enjoyed the event and found it very well put together and run. Well done to the team involved
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The AVIVA Stadium, Dublin
The AVIVA Stadium
Location: The Summit takes place in the Atrium/Presidents Area of the AVIVA Stadium.
You will register in the Atrium and this is on Level 3 on the west side of the Stadium.
Pedestrian access to the Atrium is via Stairwell 42 on Lansdowne Road. We will have signage directing you.
The Lansdowne DART Station is located directly across from the Aviva Stadium.
Parking: Parking is available in the main Aviva car park on Lansdowne Road. The rate is €2 per hour or €10 per day.
Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 GPS coordinates 53.337141, -6.243663