CXO Leadership

Building a Disruption-Proof Bottom-Up IT Culture

Building a Disruption-Proof Bottom-Up IT Culture

As an IT leader, you strive to create an environment where people can learn, grow, inspire, and innovate. But to deliver on this promise, how are you building and sustaining a bottom-up culture, where each member of your team has a voice, empowered to make decisions, and motivated to create innovative and practical solutions to solve challenges and exploit business growth opportunities? And, how are you embedding resilience, so it stands the tests of business and life-changing disruptions like the pandemic?



Faith Burn

Faith Burn, Chief Information Officer, Eskom Holdings

Faith Burn has twenty-eight years business experience which includes the following industries: Pharmaceutical; Services, Facilities management; Telecommunications; Financial Services; Aviation & Aerospace; Construction; Education; Servi... More   View all posts
Michael Hites

Michael Hites, Chief Information Officer, Southern Methodist University

Michael Hites serves as Chief Information Officer for SMU (Southern Methodist University) in Dallas. Dr. Hites has held C-level IT leadership positions for the past 20 years at four different universities. Currently, he is responsible for ... More   View all posts
Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray, Chief Information Officer, City of Burbank

Kevin Gray has served as the City’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) since 2018. He is responsible for driving the City’s digital transformation and technology strategies, as well as managing the overall operations of the IT Department. ... More   View all posts


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