What's the number one skill today's IT leaders need?
For leadership today, it's vital to understand the importance of communication, keeping people involved and sharing priorities. Relationship building is central to getting things done. Having empathy is essential as well as understanding that everyone's needs are different. I don't think we can say often enough that getting more women into technology across all industries is crucial.
How many people work in IT in your organisation?
What's your top priority for the next 12 months?
Our priorities over the next 12 months are to replace some legacy systems with much improved technology and a user-centric design approach, as well as exploring more deeply machine learning and AI.
What's your annual IT budget?
The Women in Technology Excellence Awards offer a superb opportunity to celebrate the success of women working in the technology sector
VP of business and portfolio management at Pearson recalls some of her earlier roles - and considers how not all advice is equally useful
Rachel Pattinson explores how the School of Computing at Newcastle University is supporting women working in academic computing roles
The second stage of entries begins now
With nominations currently open for the Women in Technology Excellence Awards, meet some of our judges - including Sarah Lucas, Head of Platforms and Infrastructure at William Hill and Kate Beverley, VP of Business and Portfolio Management at Pearson...