Nordic CIO Virtual Town Hall

19 November 2020 | 11:00 CET

19 November 2020 | 11:00 CET

Getting Comfortable with the Imperfect State

Every CIO holds a vision for the "perfect state" of transformation at their organisation - a vision that often struggles in the reality of the modern enterprise. Yet even with limited resources and varying challenges, it remains possible to lead for major change.

Join fellow CIOs in the Nordic community to discuss:

Strategies for making peace with tech debt while empowering new capabilities and staying on-budget

Embracing a minimum viable product approach to tech initiatives with your current technology stack

Getting the right data into the right hands by focusing on the right business questions

Featured Speakers


Governing Body members for the Nordic CIO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Jonny Engel

DeLaval

CIO

Frey Sigurjonsson

Swedish Match

CIO

Marika Lindström

Paulig Group

CIO

Agenda


19 November 2020

11:00 - 12:00 CET

Getting Comfortable with the Imperfect State

The dream of total transformation – an overhaul of your technology foundation with a start and an end and maximum flexibility evermore – is long dead. Yet the frustrations that made that dream so appealing linger: tech debt, slow decision-making and adoption, data management issues. It falls to the CIO to stop tilting at the windmills of transformation and embrace a more perfect imperfection across the organisation.

In this Town Hall conversation, CIOs will discuss:

- Strategies for making peace with tech debt while empowering new capabilities and staying on-budget

- Embracing a minimum viable product approach to tech initiatives with your current technology stack

- Getting the right data into the right hands by focusing on the right business questions

Nordic CIO Community Manager


For inquiries related to this event, please reach out to your dedicated program contact.

Ingvild Hokstad

Programme Manager

+44 (0)1784 268 045

ingvild.hokstad@gartner.com