On behalf of the National Board of the CIO Association of Canada, Gary Davenport announced this week that Humza Teherany, Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Group, has been appointed as the new National Vice-President for the Association. Davenport stated that “having worked with Humza at a previous company, I know him very well and he … Read more
At an awards ceremony which took place on Monday, November 16, two awards sponsored by CIO Association members were presented to students of the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management. Thanujan Sathasivam was the proud recipient of the Dave Codack Academic Achievement Award ($2000). This award is for a full-time student for demonstrating the … Read more
Shaun Guthrie takes on Edmonton Chapter Presidency Cindy Cripps-Prawak moves into President role in Ottawa Chapter The Board of the CIO Association of Canada is pleased to announce that Shaun Guthrie, Director of Information Technology at Go Auto, has assumed the position of President of the Edmonton Chapter, and Cindy Cripps-Prawak, ED, Innovation, Architecture and … Read more
At the Toronto Chapter event on October 20, Laura Williams facilitated a presentation and discussion on the value that Organizational Change Management practices can have on the success of project management. The slide deck from her presentation is provided as a reminder for event attendees and a resource for those who were unable to join us.
Dear EuroCIO friends and colleagues – On behalf of the CIO Association of Canada, I wish to extend our deepest sympathies and condolences for those impacted by the terrible acts of terrorism in Paris this past Friday. In keeping with the strong partnership between EuroCIO and CIOCAN, our members from across Canada are unified in … Read more
The Toronto Chapter hosted an event in September 2015 on the Internet of Things featuring Shawn Sanderson, VP IoT Telus as the speaker. The following are notes from the session: What is the Internet of Things? Interconnection of systems, people, and everyday objects to capture, analyze, manage, and exchange information. There is massive growth in … Read more
The Edmonton Chapter October luncheon event focused on the challenges and opportunities of ‘open innovation’ and the application of public research to address the needs of industry. The speaker, Geoff Gregson, the JR Shaw Applied Research Chair in New Venture and Entrepreneurship at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) in Edmonton shared his insights with … Read more