All posts tagged Ireland

CIO as a conductor…

First published in CIO Magazine in August 2016. A collaboration with Elaine Naughton in the  writing and development of this idea, a huge thanks to Elaine for this. In the excellent Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson, he describes a discussion between Jobs and Steve Wozniak where Jobs is explaining to Woz that the role Read the full article…

Brexit and the CIO!

First published to CIO.CO.UK Just when you thought every conversation would be about Trump this summer someone decided to press a big button that didn’t say Brexit on it, it said ‘stick it to the man’ and very few people thought that meant leave Europe! Or certainly after the event that is what it feels Read the full article…

Social and Cultural Review 2015

It’s that most wonderful time of year again, Christmas is done, and for the last three years I have looked forward to writing down the fun stuff that has added a bit of magic to everyday of the year. It has been a year of exploration; I guess it was always going to be, moving Read the full article…

From reading in the dark to digital health…

Since the 4th millennium BC humans have been accessing and processing information about innovation and considering how to use what is in front of them! We call it reading! How many of you read at night? How many of you as children would get the torch under the covers and read just a little bit Read the full article…

The year that was 2014…

Last year around this time I wrote my first blog piece that wasn’t related to work and being a CIO in the healthcare business. I wrote it on a whim to reflect on all the great things that 2013 had brought, and boy 2013 had been a great year! 2014 has followed in a similar Read the full article…