Weekly Brief


CIOReview's Weekly Brief

September 24, 2020
Feature of the Week
The food industry is benefitting greatly from the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence(AI), which is doing everything from helping to sort foods, maintaining top-notch health and safety compliances, developing new products, and bolstering the supply chain.
Technology has transformed how different industries function. Today, technology in the food industry is the most sought after component in the diet chart.
The food & beverage industry is always one of the fastest-moving in regards to the changes that come every year in terms of tastes, preferences, packaging, manufacturing, storage, transportation, and many more.
Every leader has common leadership challenges, but each leadership level has challenges unique to them.
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CIO Viewpoint
Josh Epps, VP and CIO, Fickling & Company, Inc.
Proptech as a sector continues to expand and mature and doesn't show many signs of slowing down.
Brad Peterson, EVP & CIO, Nasdaq
The long-term brand or reputation costs from a breach seem to be the most difficult to quantify and model.
Eric Johnson, SVP & CIO, SurveyMonkey
Find the marketing data most likely to be useful and look for ways to bring it together through integrations.
CXO Insights
By Daniel Lasman, CFO, Fish & Richardson
The need for thoughtful and dynamic leadership is greater than ever. It is much more challenging to lead when many team members are remote than when most are in the office.
By Carlos Rivero, CDO, Commonwealth of Virginia
Once an organizational culture establishes trust and purpose, others feel comfortable engaging with it and even start to become curious about the work.
By Carolyn Jungclas, SVP/ Director- Procurement & Vendor Management, First Citizens Bank
Establish priorities based on the firm's internal business needs. High business value and low effort items may be prioritized first, in order to have quick wins.