March 15, 2016
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The first in a series of executive briefing events with guest speaker Jos Creese, CEO, CCL and President, BCS.
The Executive Briefing Programme is a series of lunch events designed to provide valuable information to senior executives, advisors and consultants in the technology sector.
We have conducted research to identify key business issues that are relevant to our sector and to identify speakers who bring real authority and expertise to the discussions.
The Executive Briefings will also provide opportunities to network with people who have a shared interest in business development in this sector.
The Briefings will be chaired by Simon Orme, Managing Partner of the Forensic Management Foundation.
Our guest speaker for the first of the briefings is Jos Creese, CEO, CCL and President, BCS who will be talking about ‘2016 Tech Trends for IT Leaders’.
Jos Creese Biography
With over 30 years IT leadership experience, Jos has held a number of CIO roles and non-executive director positions. He is Principal Analyst for Eduserv, and an Associate Director and Past President of Socitm and current President of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.
For over a decade he was CIO and latterly CDO for Hampshire County Council, leading a range of ground-breaking shared services and achieving national recognition with a range of awards for IT innovation.
He set up and chaired the Local Public Service CIO Council and has worked with central government on a range of strategic programmes such as open data, ID cards and supplier negotiation. His experience includes large-scale mergers, national and international IT programmes and the start-up and subsequent sale of a tech business.
Now operating as an independent consultant, Jos provides expert advice to both public and private sectors on digital and IT strategies. He writes and presents extensively on digital transformation.
He was named as the ‘most influential and innovative CIO’ in the UK in the ‘Silicon 50’ CIO survey and included in the ‘Top 100 CIO’ until becoming an independent consultant.
Venue: Marriott County Hall Hotel