Our intention with the CIO Spotlight Series of events is to bring together a group of like-minded individuals to discuss the ebbs and flows of the currently very complex digital world. Due to the ever-changing landscape, and increasing customer demand, we feel it is necessary to provoke conversations which inspire, solve problems and/or create new and exciting challenges. These events provide a fantastic opportunity for attendees to learn from leading speakers and hear their views on the opportunities that digital provides.
These events aim to cover a number of challenges currently facing the CIO community and are designed with multiple sectors in mind.
See below for some of topics of the previous events we have hosted.
On Thursday 27th September 2018, ROQ hosted an event which discussed a challenge that a lot of organisations will be facing - how to adapt to survive.
Many CIO's and Senior IT leaders joined us at Carlton House Terrace in Central London, and heard from some fantastic speakers on the topics of enhancing customer experience for sustainable growth, becoming a technology led business, and managing complexities and regulatory constraints when transforming at scale.Download PDF
On Thursday 22nd February 2018, ROQ delivered another successful CIO Spotlight, a series of events established to address the business, technology and leadership issues facing CIOs and Senior IT leaders.
The event, held at the fantastic Merchant Taylors’ Hall, Threadneedle Street, London focused on ‘Mastering the Art of Digital Disruption’ and was attended by CIOs, senior IT leaders and business executives from a broad range of organisations from across the capital and beyond.Download PDF
Over the previous six months, we’ve been working to gauge the readiness of modern organisations to embrace practices that give rise to continuous value delivery.
We met with CIOs and IT leaders over various events, including our own CIO Spotlights and Roundtables and asked these leaders to benchmark how prepared they felt their own business was in a number of areas. It is clear that many organisations have some way to go to achieve true software delivery excellence.Download PDF