Presentation Kit


As organisations strive to digitise more of their processes and services, several new roles are emerging alongside the traditional CIO role. A number of organisations are now considering implementing new CXO roles such as Chief Digital Officer, Chief Innovation Officer or Chief Technology Officer in order to accelerate the move to digital. Implementation of a CXO role alongside a CIO role presents multiple challenges, including role clarity and scope as the roles require strong collaboration, and can often overlap in a number of areas of responsibility. The CXO roles depend in many ways on the size and type of organisation as well as the strategic intent of the organisation with respect to digital. Careful consideration and design of the CXO roles are required to avoid confusion and conflict and to ensure that organisations deliver on their digital programs. This presentation will focus on the role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO). It is intended to prepare CIOs to lead the discussion which may take place in their organisation.

For many organisations, Cloud adoption has become an imperative to deliver on the ever-increasing business appetite for digital solutions. Yet despite the fact that Cloud services are now mainstream, some organisations are still stuck on the mantra of Cloud first as a strategy.

Cloud migration is increasingly becoming one of the most important parts of business processes. When migrating to the Cloud, organisations must find a balance between cost, risks and benefits. It is also vital to create an effective roadmap. IBRS lead a webinar with our advisor Mark Unwin, where we discussed a recent Cloud migration case study, Mark further gives an overview of IBRS's Cloud migration roadmap framework and addresses the next steps you need to consider to successfully migrate to the Cloud.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a much sharper focus on digital transformation efforts which have been underway in many organisations. This focus has also highlighted not only the opportunities and benefits of digital investments but also the need to accelerate the pace and delivery of outcomes.

IBRSiQ is a database of Client inquiries and is designed to get you talking to our advisors about these topics in the context of your organisation in order to provide tailored advice for your needs.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an emerging technology that can be applied across business lines and yield significant results when aligned with business priorities. Assessing the AI maturity of your organisation can assist in providing AI roadmaps and aid in developing strategies and business cases.

The purpose of this presentation kit is to provide an AI maturity model in the analytics space. The proposed maturity model can be applied to any type of industry. Log in and click the PDF above to download the 'Analytics Artificial Intelligence Maturity Model' presentation kit and discover:

  • An IBRS AI maturity model that provides the foundation to apply the existing AI technology where it matters to the business
  • Guidelines to evolve into the future, whereby only limited data is available to make informed decisions
  • Next steps for your organisation

As self-service data analytics and visualisation becomes mainstream – due in no small part to Microsoft’s Power BI strategy – traditional data teams within IT groups need to reconsider traditional business intelligence architectures and plan a migration to a new environment. Underpinning the new architecture must be a sharper focus on tools and practices to support data governance, which is not a strength of Microsoft’s portfolio.

Download the 'Power BI is Driving Data Democratisation: Prepare Now' presentation kit and discover:

  • The key areas of business intelligence to inform your Power BI strategy
  • Next steps for your organisation

Regardless of its digital strategy, many organisations have not been positioned to properly leverage the digital and data assets that are available to them. A Chief Data Officer (CDO) role can improve this situation by advancing an organisation’s data portfolio, curating and making appropriate data visible and actionable.

Log in and click the PDF link above to download 'The New CDO Agenda' presentation kit and discover:

  • 4 pivotal points of the CDO agenda
  • A sample framework on how to understand the ownership of a data domain
  • Next steps for your organisation

The true benefit of digital strategies is in the thinking, reviewing, assessing and critical evaluation of where the current state is and where the target needs to be. Organisations that have commenced digital transformation have recognised that capability development and ownership of the strategy can make or break success. It is critical to be brutally honest about capability and skills to get to the target.

Log in and click the PDF link above to download the IBRS presentation kit to inform your team.

Too often, information communications technology (ICT) and business analytics groups focus on business intelligence and analytics architectures and do not explore the organisational behaviours that are required to take full advantage of such solutions. There is a growing recognition that data literacy (a subset of digital workforce maturity) is just as important, if not more important, than the solutions being deployed. This is especially true for organisations embracing self-service analytics.

The trend is to give self-service analytics platforms to management that are making critical business decisions. However, this trend also requires managers to be trained in not just the tools and platforms, but in understanding how to ask meaningful questions, select appropriate data (avoiding bias and cherry-picking), and how to apply the principles of scientific thinking to analysis.

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