What’s Next For the Insurance CIO?

The pressure on IT to manage risk and cost while innovating requires a unique set skills. This skillset continues to develop and morph as the IT improves its offering and the business learns where IT can add value. The skills and competencies that served the CIO well in the past are likely to be necessary but insufficient for success going forward.

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Catherine Stagg-Macey // Catherine Stagg-Macey has spent over 20 years in the technology and insurance sectors. She has experience in a wide range of roles from programmer, project manager, leader and strategy advisor. At Celent, which she rejoined in Sept. 2014, she established and led the firm’s European Insurance practice. She now serves as Executive Advisor at the firm. Passionate about people, she retrained as a coach and founded Belgrave Street, a business offering executive coaching, workshops and facilitation to the insurance and technology industry. Follow her on Twitter: @staggmacey.