Australian and New Zealand CIOs face persistent issues which are impeding digital opportunities, and acknowledge that to succeed in digital business they have to change and adapt their leadership style in the next three years.
The peak trade association for the Australian digital industry, the AIMIA, has embarked on a new strategic direction involving a restructure of the organisation which it says is designed to support ongoing growth of the digital industry.
Victoria’s digital sector leaders of the future will have a chance to develop and grow their digital skills through education and training with the launch today of the Victoria Young Digital Leaders Program by the industry body for interactive content and digital media in Australia, the AIMIA.
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