Organisational culture stories
Leveraging the human factor as part of an organisation’s overall cybersecurity framework
In this digital era, automation plays a critical role in the race to support a dynamic and agile security posture. However, there is one area that is often overlooked: the human factor.
Exclusive: Park Place Technologies on the importance of good managed services
It is essential in today's organisational climate to have managed services that meet the needs of constantly changing demands.
New report finds Australia lagging behind with encryption strategies
Australia is lagging behind the global average when it comes to having solid enterprise-wide encryption strategies, according to new research sponsored by Entrust.
Employers to allow staff to continue working remotely - Gartner
“As business leaders plan and execute reopening of their workplaces, they are evaluating more permanent remote working arrangements as a way to meet employee expectations and to build more resilient business operations.”
Diversity & Inclusion starter kit to help Asia Pacific organisations
"The perception of diversity is not translating across local workplace cultures, where employees are quite concerned about speaking up for fear of discrimination."
Gartner: Technology, culture change must go hand in hand
Gartner predicts that by 2021, CIOs will be as responsible for culture change as chief HR officers.
Company culture holding back DevSecOps adoption – CA Technologies
The global study involved a survey of more than 1,200 IT leaders across 15 markets, including some 575 respondents from seven APJ markets.
How to build a #human element into your organisational culture – Xero
Xero’s chief people officer shares her insights on how to create a positive workplace where people thrive.
DRESS FOR THE OCCASION
Looking good wherever you may be can really make a difference in your business relationships.
Orations, not aberrations Or: Ten tips for the perfect Christmas speech.
So you need to give a speech at the Christmas party. o here are my 10 tips to help get you and your audience through the night.