Fran Molloy

Fran Molloy

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CIO Australia

What the CEO wants from the CFO

The relationship between a CEO and their key offsider, the CFO, is critical for business success. We asked four top...

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CIO Australia

Finding common ground with your CEO

With technology now at the core of most business transactions, the relationship between CIO and CEO is assuming an increasing...

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CIO Australia

Finding common ground with your CEO

With technology now at the core of most business transactions, the relationship between CIO and CEO is assuming an increasing...

CIO Australia

Making friends with your COO

How CIOs and COOs can become true partners to build technology focused on business priorities
by Fran Molloy (CIO) June, 2013

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CIO Australia

Making friends with your COO - chief operating officer, CIO-COO ...

One of the most significant relationships at a corporate executive level is that between a company’s CIO and the chief operating officer (COO). While each has a distinct rationale and focus, the two roles are more similar than you’d think and both face increasing pressures to drive innovation and business growth.

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CIO Australia

Mixing with marketing: The CIO-CMO partnership - marketing, digital ...

There’s a new synergy happening in the boardroom, and while some CIOs are left floundering by fast-shifting demands for them to become more agile, customer-responsive and creative, most are finding that they have more in common with their new best mate, the chief marketing officer, than they ever suspected.

CIO Australia

What the CEO wants from the CFO

The relationship between a CEO and their key offsider, the CFO, is critical for business success. We asked four top...

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CIO Australia

Why SaaS HR Software Is Ready to Take Off

It's estimated that 90 percent of Fortune 1000 companies plan to replace their human resources management software in the next four years. Many are replacing these legacy on-premises systems--some of which date back to the 1960s--with cloud-based HR systems. On top of hardware savings, enterprises using SaaS HR say they...