User experience research is crucial because when design neglects end-user input, it can hinder product adoption. In the digital realm, inadequately researched online designs and interfaces lead to user frustration and abandonment. The question for IT teams is: How can we ensure user-centric design to optimise digital experiences and prevent user dissatisfaction?
Leadership & People
Effective change management follows a structured process and uses a range of tools to drive individual, team and organisational change.
Work intelligence blends human and AI capabilities to enhance organisational processes and foster continuous improvement. A clear vision, collaboration, learning, ethics, and feedback are crucial components. How can your organisation effectively harness the synergy between human intuition and AI’s computational power for optimal results and adaptability?
The future workforce in ANZ and the Asia Pacific region will undergo significant changes due to AI adoption, leading to cost optimisation and differentiation. Job roles will transform, emphasising automation and human skill augmentation. For CIOs in this evolving landscape, how are you preparing to upskill and reskill your workforce effectively?
Why Diversity Is The Smart Approach To The Skills Shortage In The IT Industry – Women in Tech, 20 September 2023
At the 2023 Tech Summit in the Hunter Valley, Dr. Joe Sweeney from IBRS talks about the scarcity of skills in the IT industry and the impact of unconscious bias and AI.
A successful return-to-office strategy requires enterprise leaders to take a holistic approach that considers the diverse needs and perspectives of all stakeholders. How can organisations create a well-balanced setup where employees can thrive and embrace the office culture, while retaining the benefits of hybrid work?
Digital literacy is a key component of business transformation. Being able to design a specific job role/function is vital.
Water cooler sessions offer opportunities for teams to participate in casual conversations among their fellow employees. Yet, many members of the organisation are less engaged in such discussions. What keeps them from participating, and what can be done to increase attendees’ willingness and sustain their interest?