What's your proudest work-related achievement of the last 12 months?
Seeing the team recognised in the industry through external awards, in particular the shortlisting in Women in IT.
What's the number one skill today's IT leaders need?
Innovative thinking, which encapsulates critical questioning, ideation, risk evaluation and then execution at speed. We are now operating at a pace and in an environment where previous management approaches are not enough to succeed - this is where we have to face new opportunities and problems in new ways.
How many people work in IT in your organisation?
160 permanent plus up to 40 contract staff.
What's your top priority for the next 12 months?
We have some major and exciting projects under way that will change how we work, including digitisation and automation, so the top priority is to focus on delivery excellence.
What's your annual IT budget?
A panel of judges and a previous winner explain how to give yourself the best chance of winning big in the 'Oscars of IT'
Computing and the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, give the hottest tips for your UK IT Industry Awards entries - register to maximise your potential to walk away with one of the most coveted gongs in the industry!
'We've seen more innovation in six weeks than in the past 10 years,' says one CIO, as Computing speaks to some of the UK’s top IT leaders to find out what they’ll be bringing from the COVID-19 pandemic into the post-lockdown world
Computing's Women in Tech Awards are on track for a big year in 2020, with dozens of prestigious awards to be won by women at all levels, and at every stage of their career
Steve Humber explains his strategy for instilling a high performance culture, whilst keeping morale high during the COVID-19 outbreak, and puts his success down in part to his history as a competitive speed skater