Martin Curley

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This paper gives a short overview of the IT Capability Maturity Framework (IT-CMF) and describes how it was used between 2007-2009 to help Intel IT navigate and track progress on IT capability improvement and value contribution from IT, whilst negotiating a strategic transition for the IT organization which involved significant downsizing and budget(More)
Senior management teams are increasingly looking to IT to improve the innovation capabilities of their enterprises. But many CIOs are unsure if they have the capabilities to deliver the required innovations. For example, in Gartner’s 2007 State of the CIO survey, 87% of respondents stated that innovation was important to the success of their enterprises,(More)
A new mode of innovation is emerging that blurs the lines between universities, industry, governments and communities. It exploits disruptive technologies — such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things and big data — to solve societal challenges sustainably and profitably, and more quickly and ably than before. It is called open innovation 2.0 (ref. 1).(More)
F aced with growing global competition, shrinking bud gets, slow economic recovery, and a growing gap in talent and resources, publicand private-sector organizations are looking to eliminate inefficiencies and maintain positive growth in a “do more with less” business landscape. In doing so, they’re using organizational project management (OPM) to focus(More)
This talk will discuss the convergence of three important mega trends, Digital Transformations, Sustainability and Mass Collaboration and how they can help accelerate business and society to a more sustainable trajectory and future. Initially the talk will discuss important future technology developments such as Exascale computing and discuss how Moore’s(More)
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