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The Future of Innovation
Computerworld Executive Roundtables :
IT's role in driving business strategy


Previous Computerworld executive roundtable debates reflected on the new role of the IT organization – from operational business support to business process innovation. This includes new responsibilities, new requirements, in short a new day-to-day reality. Leading CIO’s have shared their opinions and personal experiences.

Do Belgian CIO’s really take part in board level meetings? Does it make sense? For successfully leading a company or governmental organisation at C-level a CIO does need an important credit of proven achievements. Flawless operations and service delivery still are the lifeblood of a CIO’s success.

Read more on the conclusions of the first debate (dutch & french only):

Dissolving the Silo: IT and it's role in the Company of the Future

What’s the CIO’s role in driving change? Will IT be facilitating or rather inhibiting new business models? Are we capable of reinventing the fundamentals of our current business? Operational excellence and IT-business alignment on all levels are key to a successful innovation strategy.

Read more on the conclusions of the second debate (dutch & french only):

The Future of Innovation: IT from Roadblock to Driving Force

Read more on the conclusions of the third debate (dutch & french only):

Time to Market: Responding to Rapid Growth and cintinuously Changing Demand

Read more on the conclusions of the fourth debate (dutch & french only):

IT's Value for Talent Recruitment and Retention

Computerworld would like to thank following people from leading Belgian organisations for joining us at previous executive round table debates: speaker thumbs

  • Jacques Godet, Fortis
  • Alain Conrath, LCM
  • Els Blaton, AXA
  • Peter Bogaert, ACERTA
  • Philippe Paquay, KBL European Private Bankers
  • Daniel Lebeau, GSK Biologicals
  • Joost Rommelaere, Tessenderlo Group
  • Erik Testaert, NorthgateArinso
  • Peter Bal, Wabco
  • Luc Chauvin, Min. Vlaamse Gemeenschap
  • Laurent Claus, Belgacom
  • Yves Danneels, Landbouwkrediet
  • Peter Lee, Nike European Logistics
  • Paul Gistelinck, EANDIS
  • Geert De Preter, VRT
  • Alain Grijseels, RIZIV
  • Hilde Havermans, Siemens Enterprise Communications
  • Philippe Kolh, CHU Liège
  • Pierre Loverius, ELIA
  • Etienne Petre, Solvay Information Services
  • Frank Robben, Crossroads Bank of Social Security
  • Peter Strickx, Fedict
  • Luc Tack, De Lijn
  • Jean-Claude Vandenbosch, Getronics
  • Ludo Van den Kerckhove, Atos Origin Belgium
  • Prof. Rudi Van de Velde, UZ Brussel
  • Marc Vanwelsenaere, EDS
  • Paul Verwilt, Concentra
  • Kurt Erauw, Cipal
  • Kalman Tiboldi, TVH Group
  • Ignace Vanbiervliet, Group Campofrio
  • Steven Vandamme, Barry-Callebaut
  • Luc Wautier, UCB
  • Luc Verbist, De Persgroep
  • Johan Vercruysse, Smals
  • Paul Danneels, VDAB
  • Geert Kinders, Bekaert Textiles
  • Bernard Pauwels, Picanol
  • Wim Van Haelemeesch, Accent Jobs for People


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