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UKtech50 - Computer Weekly and Spinks

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Computer Weekly is pleased to launch its annual UKtech50 event – the 10th anniversary of our search for a definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology. We have partnered with Spinks to recognise the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving forward the digital agenda in the UK economy.

Join us at techUK HQ on Thursday 28th November from 16:00, to hear lightning talks by Tech leaders who have made a difference in their organisations. You'll also be able join in panel discussions, network with senior Tech professionals and gain insights and best practices on innovation and leadership in the industry.

We'll also announce who has been voted as the UKtech50 award winner. Who will succeed last year’s winner, Jacky Wright, chief digital and information officer at HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)?

We're pleased to be sponsored by techUK and NashTech.

Speakers:

Sarah Winmill, CIO, British Transport Police

Get the basics right: With growing expectation of working on the go and a historic technical debt, Sarah gives an overview of how getting the basics right was the key to enabling innovative ways of working and freeing officer time.

Aidan Hancock, CIO, Network Rail

A Digital Approach: Aidan Hancock will be talking about Digital Factory, a Network Rail initiative to drive innovation for passengers, customers and staff and the organisational and mindset change that entails.

Judith van de Pas, CIO Retail, Shell Retail Global Marketing & Fleet Solutions

Tech-Driven Change: Rather than processes, organisational change will be increasingly be driven by tech. Judith van de Pas will talk about the skills and attitudes needed to make that happen, such as letting go of intensive customisation.

Mittu Sridhara, CTO, Careem (part of Uber)

Tech with Purpose: Experiences from multi-billion-dollar scale-ups to major digital changes at PLCs: In this session, Mittu Sridhara will share leadership insights from building successful multi-billion-dollar scale-ups in high growth start-ups, and digital transformation in publicly listed multinationals.

Alfonso Ferrandez, CTO, DoctorLink

Cross-pollination in technology: In this session, Alfonso Ferrandez will cover how to achieve the blending of knowledge obtained from different industries and applied to further industries to accelerate the resolution of problems and eliminate intra-industry silos.

Jo Broomfield, EU Exit Delivery Director, Defra

Leveraging automation, native cloud services and partner collaboration to deliver: Jo Broomfield will be sharing insights from his recent journey to deliver 11 new digital services from scratch in just 18 months to help meet Defra’s challenge of a UK exit from the EU.

Alison Davis, CIO, GE Healthcare Life Sciences

Making and Communicating Decisions: A discussion about "Fact based" vs "Faith based" decisions, and the importance of recognising the differences between the two and the implications for the associated communications and change management.

Paul Hunt, International Pre-Sales Director, NashTech - Panellist


You can attend this event any time between 4pm - 8pm.


Please note: This event is for Tech leaders only and we reserve the right to decline bookings for attendees who do not meet this criteria. Thank you.

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