Government organisations’ workforce still wary of AI

Departments embrace AI, but workers still wary. Government organizations around the world are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to help them achieve their public purpose or mission, but government employees are still concerned about the technology’s impact, according to Gartner, Inc. Thirty-six percent of government respondents in the 2021 Gartner CIO survey indicated…

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Business technologists produce capabilities for users beyond their own department

Primarily responsible for building analytics capabilities. Half of business technologists produce capabilities for users beyond their own department and/or enterprise, according to a new survey from Gartner, Inc. They are primarily responsible for building analytics capabilities (36 per cent), but are also involved in building digital commerce platforms, artificial intelligence…

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In-demand shared services skills for finance

Several locations have a strong supply of the most sought-after shared services skills. Accounting experience is the most commonly sought-after competency for finance shared services, according to Gartner, Inc. A Gartner TalentNeuron™ analysis of job postings in the finance and accounting function between July 2020 and July 2021 revealed the…

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Insights from one of the first Singapore Government CIOs

Currently a Professor he talks about what organisations need to stay relevant in the digital age. Alex Siow, one of the first CIOs for the Singapore Government and currently a professor in the School of Computing at National University Singapore, offered his pearls of wisdom on having worked in leadership…

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What do Australian CEOs want from the company’s tech strategy?

  Cyber threats tops CEO concerns, followed by prioritising digital transformation over the next three years. As technology pervades every part of an organisations CEOs are more aware of the growing needs of the technology issues that govern their business, with a growing number of Australian CEOs fearing cyber threats…

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