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Wollen Sie hoch hinaus?

Die Harvey Nash AG und die Führungsunterstützungsbasis des Bundes (VBS/FUB) in Bern helfen Ihnen dabei. Die Führungsunterstützungsbasis (FUB) sorgt mit Leistungen in den Bereichen IKT und elektronische Operationen dafür, dass die Armee ihre Einsätze erfüllen kann. Sie stellt die Führungsfähigkeit der Armee in allen Lagen sicher. Die FUB erbringt im Bereich der Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie (IKT) Leistungen für das VBS. Sie stellt die Büroautomation, Fachanwendungen sowie Informations- und Kommunikationssysteme und ERP-Anwendungen (Enterprise Ressource Planning) im VBS bereit. Die FUB hat eine WTO Ausschreibung für die Vergabe von IT Personalverleihdienstleistungen für den Zeitraum Dezember 2018 – Dezember 2023 durchgeführt. Dies sind die im Bedarfsfall zu liefernden Profile: Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Systemspezialist (FA) Aufgaben (Senior und Professional) Mitarbeitende mit Wirtschaftsinformatiker (FA) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Applikationsarchitekt (FA) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit Applikationsmanager (FA) Aufgaben (Senior und Professional) Mitarbeitende mit Projektleiter (FA / FESYS) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Sourcing-Manager (FA) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Testmanager (SAPB) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Architekt (SAPS) Aufgaben (Senior) Die Harvey Nash AG freut sich über den Zuschlag von vier Losen in den Bereichen: Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Systemspezialist (FA) Aufgaben (Senior und Professional) Mitarbeitende mit Wirtschaftsinformatiker (FA) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit Projektleiter (FA / FESYS) Aufgaben (Senior) Mitarbeitende mit ICT-Architekt (SAPS) Aufgaben (Senior) Alle Aufträge umfassen einem Gesamtvolumen von rund 26'275'200 Millionen Franken. Die Harvey Nash AG freut sich auf die weitere, erfolgreiche Zusammenarbeit mit der FUB. Wenn Sie an einem dieser Projekte mitarbeiten möchten, senden Sie bitte Ihren Lebenslauf an SwissProjects@HarveyNash.com

Do you want to reach the top?

Harvey Nash AG and the Federal Government support base (VBS/FUB) in Bern will help you.  The Leadership Support Base (FUB), with ICT and electronic operations services, ensures that the army can fulfill its mission. It ensures the leadership ability of the army in all situations. The FUB provides services to the DDPS in the field of information and communication technology (ICT). It provides office automation, specialized applications as well as information and communication systems and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications in the DDPS.  The FUB has launched a WTO tender for the provision of IT staffing services for the period December 2018 – December 2023. The following are the profiles which will be required: Employees with ICT System Specialist (FA) tasks (Senior and Professional) Employees with the Business Information Systems (FA) tasks (Senior) Employees with ICT Application Architect (FA) tasks (Senior) Employees with Application Manager (FA) tasks (Senior and Professional) Employees with Project Leader (FA / FESYS) tasks (Senior) Employees with ICT Sourcing Manager (FA) tasks (Senior) Employees with ICT Test Manager (SAPB) tasks (Senior) Employees with ICT Architect (SAPS) tasks (Senior) Harvey Nash AG is pleased that we have been awarded four lots in the following areas: Employees with ICT System Specialist (FA) tasks (Senior and Professional) Employees with the Business Information Systems (FA) tasks (Senior) Employees with Project Leader (FA / FESYS) tasks (Senior) Employees with ICT Architect (SAPS) tasks (Senior) All orders total around CHF 26‘275‘200 million. Harvey Nash AG is looking forward for further successful cooperation with FUB. If you are interested to work on one of these projects please send your CV to SwissProjects@HarveyNash.com

Zurich CIO Event – Blog

Held at the Park Hyatt Hotel, Zurich, almost 100 CIOs and technology leaders gathered to hear the results of the 2018 Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey. Our panel were:  Robert Bornträger, Mentor, F10 FinTech Incubator & Accelerator  Patrick Hunger, CEO, Saxo Bank  Susanne Erkens-Reck, Global Head Group Functions, IT Roche  Michael Dahlweid, CTO, Inselspital  Damir Bogdan, Digital & Innovation advisor  Prof. Dr. Walter Brenner, Institute of Information Management at the University of St.Gallen 6 things we learnt last night... IT Investment is growing. More IT leaders are enjoying budget increases than we have seen in the last thirteen years of reporting, driven by investment in digital, cloud as well as a focus on security and privacy.Shadow IT is growing. Not all of IT budget growth is controlled by the CIO. This year's report shows another jump in the business taking direct control for IT - now 44% of organisations have at least 10% of their IT spend outside the control of the CIO. And this is probably an underestimate, as you don't know what you don't know. Trust - the new battleground. The two priorities that rose most in the board's focus were security and compliance, reflecting increasing concern from both the board and CIO around how customer data is handled. Digital strategies are beginning to pay off. For many companies the 'theory' of digital is now tuning into reality - 61% of organisations with Very/Extremely effective digital strategies report greater revenue growth than competitors, and are gaining market share.Digital leaders do 3 things very well. (1) They focus on the customer (2) Their employees live and breath their digital strategy (3) IT acts as an enabler, rather than enforcer, giving the business the 'oxygen to breath'The transformational CIO. The incessant rise of shadow IT, the explosive growth of the Chief Digital Officer role and changing nature of technology have removed many of the certainties that previously fuelled the importance of the CIO role. But for many this is proving to be a unique opportunity. Successful CIOs are swapping control for influence, focusing on the customer and finding new ways to deliver value. Exciting times. Topics covered by panel discussion: Innovation There was much discussion around how smaller companies and startups have a fundamentally different approach to innovation. Large companies plan and ‘model’ it, smaller ones just get on and do it through experimentation. Immune system For many organisations with long established structures and systems the reaction to digital is similar to an immune system - find the problem, localise it, fix it, then return the system back to its original way of working. For many organisations it results in a wave of mobile apps, social media strategies and innovation plans. But digital is much more fundamental than that. For many it’s a change in the actual body itself, not just a ‘fix’. Budgets Budgets are rising. The audience were asked if they had seen budget increases in the last year - over half had, affirming what the Survey has reported globally.  Focus on customer. Although budgets are increasing overall, the investment is not evenly spread across the IT estate. Panellists reported a greater focus on customer focused and innovation led technology, rather than the traditional ‘back office’ IT. Happiness Happy? Swiss Technology leaders are generally very happy in their role, and yet they lag behind their European peers in salary rises. Maybe for Swiss tech leaders, money is not quite as important, or maybe they are less good at negotiating! Closing the gap. There are also hints from the Survey that Swiss organisations are a little behind on innovation, however there is evidence this gap is decreasing.

A delicate balance? Harvey Nash publish the results of the 2019 Technology Survey

Representing the views of 2070 technology professionals from 73 countries, the research covers a wide range of topics that affect people in technology and highlights how success is often dictated by a ‘delicate balance’ of people, technology, strategy and culture.  To download the report visit www.harveynash.com/techsurvey  Key insights include: A leadership crisis? Technology leaders take note - less than one in five of your team feel you are ‘very effective’ at creating a vision and strategy for your organisation, and a worrying one in three feel you are ‘ineffective’.  Fractures in the tech team? Regardless of seniority, the roles that are most likely to be positive about leadership are customer oriented, digital roles. It hints at an emerging ‘dividing line’ in the tech team between those outward-looking roles driving innovation and customer engagement, and the inward-looking roles focused on operations.  Innovation fatigue. Only one in 100 good innovative ideas make it to commercial success, and four in ten organisations have ‘zombie’ innovation projects - poorly performing initiatives that haven’t been stopped and are sucking in time and effort away from the ones that could work.  The coming of age of AI. Four in ten organisations are now using AI in a commercial way (i.e. moved beyond an experiment). This is occurring across all sectors. Has AI’s time now come?  No trust, but no action. Four in ten do not trust third parties with their personal data. Despite this distrust, half don’t modify their behaviour or change their privacy settings to any great degree to minimise data issues.  Gender balance. The sector remains hugely skewed towards men. A sizeable minority of respondents (20%+) do not feel it matters, and do not feel greater gender balance would improve the effectiveness of tech.  The sector is driven by purpose. When asked to pick the single most important factor in their career, technologists overwhelmingly selected ‘purpose’ over ‘money’ or ‘status’.  This is irrespective of job role or salary. You can download the full report, read participants’ comments as well as play with our data sandpit where you can filter results by location, sector and job role, by visiting: www.harveynash.com/techsurvey  For more information about the survey contact Michelle Thomas, 44 20 7333 2677 / michelle.thomas@harveynash.com

Schweizer CIO auf einer schwierigen Gratwanderung

Laut der Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO-Umfrage 2018 erhöhen die Geschäftsleitungen ihre Investitionen in Datensicherheit und Datenschutz, um Datenverstösse zu vermeiden. In der Schweiz war die Hälfte der Befragten per 3. April 2018 noch nicht GDPR-konform. Die CIOs begehen aktuell einen Drahtseilakt. Einerseits sollen sie Innovationen vorantreiben, die Transparenz fördern und den verantwortungsvollen Umgang mit Kundendaten im gesamten Unternehmen sicherstellen. Zum anderen soll die Berichterstattung über Cybersicherheit, Datenintegrität und Ausfallsicherheit verbessert werden. Die richtige Balance zwischen Innovation und Governance zu finden ist der Punkt, an dem die heutigen CIOs etwas bewirken können. Die CIO-Umfrage 2018 von Harvey Nash/KPMG beleuchtet, wie CIOs diesen Spagat meistern. Mit der Teilnahme von 3.958 Technologie-Führungskräften aus 84 Ländern - darunter die Schweiz - ist dies die grösste jemals durchgeführte Umfrage zur IT-Führerschaft. Die Umfrage beleuchtet den Umgang mit den sich veränderten Prioritäten des Vorstands, dem Wettlauf um die Einhaltung der GDPR-Richtlinien, dem Kampf um Talente in neuen Technologien sowie dem Umgang mit grossen Datenmengen - Einige kritische Erkenntnisse sind das Ergebnis. Umgang mit der Digitalisierung Mehr Unternehmen haben digitale Strategien als je zuvor, aber wie effektiv sind sie? Um beim digitalen Erfolg zu helfen, bewähren sich die Chief Digital Officers (CDOs). Im Vergleich zu globalen Peers haben Schweizer Organisationen eher einen eigenen CDO (Schweiz: 15%; Global 11%). Der Bericht zeigt auch, dass die einflussreichsten und erfolgreichsten Unternehmen sehr darauf bedacht sind, ihren Kunden einen Mehrwert zu liefern - weltweit sind "kundenorientierte" Unternehmen um 38 Prozent profitabler als ihre Wettbewerber. Dennoch stellt die Entwicklung hin zu digitalen Plattformen und Lösungen eine grosse Herausforderung für CIOs dar. Während Unternehmen erkennen, dass eine effektive digitale Strategie entscheidend für eine erfolgreiche Datensicherheit ist, berichten viele, dass sie immer noch Probleme haben - 37 Prozent geben an, dass sie keine klare digitale Geschäftsvision und Strategie haben. Bereit für GDPR IT-Führungskräfte stehen heute vor der Herausforderung umfangreiche, kundenorientierte Daten in einer risikobehafteten Umgebung bereitzustellen. Datenvertrauen und Datenschutzbedrohungen rücken weiterhin in den Fokus der CIOs. Doch während die Massnahmen zur Verbesserung der Datensicherheit laufen, erwartete fast die Hälfte (47%) der im April befragten Schweizer Organisationen, dass sie zum Stichtag am 25. Mai nicht GDPR-konform sind. Vertrauen ist das neue Kernthema für die IT, da Unternehmen das umsatzsteigernde Potenzial der Nutzung von Kundendaten mit dem Bedürfnis nach Privatsphäre und Sicherheit in Einklang bringen müssen. Das Bestreben Daten zu schützen, hat zu einer enormen Nachfrage nach "Sicherheits- und Widerstandsfähigkeitskompetenz" geführt, die mit einem Anstieg von 25 Prozent gegenüber dem Vorjahr weltweit am stärksten zugenommen hat. Verlagerung der operativen Prioritäten Der Schutz des Unternehmens vor einem Cyber-Angriff ist weiterhin ganz oben auf der Tagesordnung und IT-Führungskräfte werden ermutigt, ihre Verteidigung gegen Angriffe so gut wie möglich zu gestalten. Die Umfrage ergab, dass 40 Prozent der 126 Schweizer Befragten der Verbesserung der Cybersicherheit priorisieren, da die Bedrohungen durch Cyberkriminalität ein Allzeithoch erreicht hat. Allerdings werden auch den operationelle Risiken und der Einhaltung von Regulierungen eine hohe Bedeutung zu gemessen (28%). Diese beiden Bereiche stellen die am schnellsten wachsenden IT-Prioritäten der Schweizer Verwaltungsräte dar. Schweizer IT-Führungskräfte sind mehr über die Bedrohung durch organisierte Cyberkriminalität besorgt als die globalen Kollegen (Schweiz: 85%); Weltweit: 77%). Aber nur ein Fünftel (21%) der Schweizer und globalen CIOs geben an, dass sie für einen Cyber-Angriff gut gerüstet sind. Die richtigen Talente finden Mehr als die Hälfte der Schweizer Unternehmen (61%) finden die Talente nicht, die für den nötigen digitalen Fortschritt der Unternehmen angestellt werden müssten. Wenn es um neue Technologien geht, kämpfen 38 Prozent um Talente in Bezug auf künstliche Intelligenz und 27 Prozent finden die Fähigkeiten am Markt nicht, die für Automatisierung und Robotik notwendig sind. Im vierten Jahr in Folge sind Mitarbeiter die grosse Datenmengen analysieren können die Nummer eins unter den knappen Ressourcen (46 Prozent). Fast ein Drittel der Schweizer Unternehmen (32%) findet Talente mit diesen digitalen Fähigkeiten nicht auf dem jeweiligen Arbeitsmarkt. Die Anzahl der weibliche IT-Führungskräfte entwickelt sich weiterhin ausserordentlich langsam, in diesem Jahr stieg der weltweite Anteil auf 12 Prozent (Global) - gegenüber 10 Prozent im Vorjahr. In der Schweiz stellen Frauen nur 15 Prozent der Technologie-Teams, etwas weniger als der weltweite Anteil von 21 Prozent. Die Branche scheint deutlich gespalten zu sein, inwieweit Geschlechtervielfalt für den Geschäftserfolg wichtig ist. Etwas mehr als ein Viertel (29%) der Schweizer IT-Führungskräfte sagen, dass Integration und Vielfalt keinen Einfluss auf die Erreichung von Geschäfts- und Technologiezielen haben. Dreiundfünfzig Prozent geben an, dass es einen gewissen Einfluss hat, und 19 Prozent sagen, dass Einbeziehung und Vielfalt die Geschäfts- und Technologieziele in hohem Masse beeinflussen. Zusammenfassung Die scheinbar unausweichliche Notwendigkeit eines Cyber-Angriffs hat nun die Schwelle für Diskussionen auf Geschäftsleitungsebene deutlich überschritten. Die Schweizer CIOs stehen wie ihre globalen Kollegen unter zunehmendem Druck, ein schwieriges Gleichgewicht zwischen Innovation, Cybersicherheit und Governance zu finden. Es ist eine grosse Aufgabe. Aber es ist auch höchste Zeit zu handeln, denn Vertrauen ist entscheidend für den Geschäftserfolg und die Gesundheit unserer digitalen Wirtschaft.

Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey 2018

Now in its 20th year, the Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey 2018 is the largest IT leadership survey in the world, with just under 4,000 responses from CIOs and technology executives across 84 countries. In this year's survey, we see the CIO role continue to change as organizations themselves are forced to transform. Traditional focus areas like data privacy and security are more important than ever but in order to remain competitive, IT leaders must turn the risks associated with utilizing customer data into enablers for driving new revenue growth. Indeed the report shows that those managing the balance most effectively, with the customer at the heart of their digital strategy, are significantly more profitable. While making a success of digital is proving tough, and hampered by an ongoing skills shortage, successful IT leaders are proving resilient and adaptable, and the CIO remains vital in helping their organization to navigate a digital future. Some of the key findings include:Customer-centric organizations are 38 percent more likely to report greater profitability than ones that are not. Making a success of digital is proving complex with almost eight in ten CIOs (78 percent) feeling that their digital strategy is only moderately effective or worse CDOs are proving their worth. Organizations with a CDO, either in a dedicated or acting role, are over twice as likely to have a clear and pervasive digital strategy than those without one (44 percent versus 21 percent). Almost a quarter (23 percent) more respondents than in 2017 are prioritizing improvements in cyber security as cyber-crime threats reach an all-time high, however only a fifth feel well prepared for a cyber attack. Security and resilience skills see the biggest jump in skills shortages (increasing 25 percent year-on year), but big data and analytics remains the number one skill in short supply for the fourth year in a row Female IT leadership continues on a slow upward trend, this year reaching 12 percent (up from 10 percent last year) and women represent just one in five on technology teams. Investment in shadow IT continues to grow, with 44 percent of organizations now having at least 10 percent of their IT spend outside the control of the CIO. Embracing this trend may be key to success. Cloud investment continues to grow with 70 percent reporting significant or moderate spend, closely followed by mobile solutions (57 percent). Investment in newer digital technologies is increasing but still relatively small in comparison. Read the Executive Summary (PDF) View the CIO Survey Infographic (PDF) Read our blog entry "Swiss CIOs walking a difficult tightrope"

Swiss CIOs walking a difficult tightrope

Boards are ramping up investment in data security and privacy to become GDPR compliant, according the 2018 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, to avoid data breaches which have reached an all-time high. In Switzerland, half of the survey participants were still GDPR non-compliant as of 3 April 2018. CIOs have a difficult tight rope to walk. One the one hand, they're asked to drive innovation, promote transparency and ensure the responsible use of customer data throughout the organization. On the other, to improve reporting on cyber security, data integrity and resilience. Getting the balance right - between innovation and governance - is where today's CIOs can make an impact. The 2018 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey takes a close look at how CIOs are getting to grips with this new balancing act. Presenting the views of 3,958 technology executives from 84 countries - including Switzerland - it's the largest IT leadership survey ever undertaken. Taking a look at shifting board priorities, the race towards GDPR compliance and the struggle to find talent in emerging technologies and big data, some of the critical insights from the survey include: Dealing with digital More organizations have digital strategies than ever before, but how effective are they? To help with digital success, chief digital officers (CDOs) are proving their worth. Compared to global peers, Swiss organizations are more likely to have a dedicated CDO (Switzerland: 15%; Global 11%). The report also shows that the most influential and successful organizations are fanatical about delivering value both to and from their customers - globally, 'Customer centric' organizations are 38 percent more likely to report greater profitability than their competitors. Still, moving towards digital platforms and solutions is proving a huge challenge for CIOs. While organizations recognize an effective digital strategy is critical to successful data security, many report they still struggle - with 37 percent stating that they do not have a clear digital business vision and strategy. Ramping up for GDPR IT leaders today face the challenging task of delivering rich, customer-centric data in an environment laden with risk. Data trust and privacy threats continue to hold the attention of CIOs. But while measures to improve data security are underway, nearly half (47%) of the Swiss organizations surveyed in April expected they would not be GDPR compliant at the deadline. Trust is the new battleground for IT, as organizations delicately balance the revenue-driving potential of utilizing customer data with the need for privacy and security. The drive towards protecting data has caused a huge demand for 'security and resilience' skills, which experienced the biggest jump in skills shortages, increasing 25 percent year-on-year globally. Shifting operational priorities Protecting the business from a cyber attack has jumped further up the boardroom agenda than any other item and IT leaders are being encouraged to make their defences the best that they can be. The survey found 40 percent of the 126 Swiss respondents are prioritizing improvements in cyber security as cyber crime threats reach an all-time high, while managing operational risk and compliance has also become a significantly increased priority (28%). These two areas represent the fastest growing IT priorities of Swiss boards. More Swiss IT leaders are 'most concerned' about the threat of organized cyber crime than their global peers (Switzerland: 85%; Global: 77%). But only one fifth (21%) of both Swiss and Global CIOs state that they are well-prepared for a cyber attack. Finding the right skills and talent Almost two-thirds of Swiss companies (61%) say skill shortages are preventing them from keeping up with the pace of change. When it comes to emerging technologies, 38 percent struggle to find talent in Artificial Intelligence and 27 percent can't find the skill set necessary for Automation and Robotics. For the fourth consecutive year, big data and analytics is the number one skill in short supply (46 percent). Nearly one-third of Swiss companies (32%) can't hire and develop the people with the digital skills they need. Female IT leadership continues on an exceptionally slow upward trend, this year the global figure rose to 12 percent (Global) - up from 10 percent last year. In Switzerland, women represent just 15 percent of technology teams, slightly less than the global figure of 21 percent. The industry appears to be significantly divided on the extent to which diversity matters to business success. Just over a quarter (29%) of Swiss IT executives say inclusion and diversity has no bearing on achieving business and technology objectives. Fifty-three percent report it has some influence, and 19 percent say inclusion and diversity impacts business and technology objectives to a great extent. Summary The seemingly inevitability of a cyber attack has now crossed firmly over the threshold for board-level discussions. Like their global peers, Swiss CIOs are under rising pressure to strike a difficult balance between innovation, cyber security and governance. It's a tall order. But it's also high time to take action as trust is essential for business success and the health of our digital economy.

Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO-Studie 2018

An der diesjährigen 20. Ausgabe der Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Umfrage haben 4'000 führende Technologieunternehmen aus 84 Ländern teilgenommen. Die Umfrage ist nach wie vor die grösste unter IT-Führungskräften. In der diesjährigen Umfrage wird ersichtlich, dass sich die Rolle des CIO weiter verändert, da die Unternehmen an sich auch zu Veränderungen gezwungen werden. Herkömmliche Schwerpunkte wie Datenschutz und Sicherheit sind wichtiger denn je, aber um wettbewerbsfähig zu bleiben, müssen IT-Führungskräfte die Risiken, die mit der Nutzung von Kundendaten verbunden sind in Treiber für neues Umsatzwachstum umwandeln. In der Tat zeigt der Bericht, dass diejenigen Unternehmen, welche diese Balance am effektivsten handhaben, und der Kunde im Fokus ihrer digitalen Strategie steht, entsprechend deutlich profitabler sind. Während sich der Erfolg der Digitalisierung als schwierig erweist und durch einen anhaltenden Fachkräftemangel behindert wird, erweisen sich erfolgreiche IT-Führungskräfte als belastbar und anpassungsfähig. Der CIO ist dabei nach wie vor unerlässlich, um ihre Organisation bei der Bewältigung einer digitalen Zukunft zu unterstützen. Eine kurze Übersicht über die wichtigsten Ergebnisse der Studie: Kundenorientierte Organisationen sind mit einer 38 Prozent höheren Wahrscheinlichkeit rentabler als Organisationen, die es nicht sind. Der Erfolg der Digitalisierung erweist sich als komplex: Fast acht von zehn CIOs (78 Prozent) sind der Meinung, dass ihre digitale Strategie nur mässig effektiv oder schlechter ist. CDOs bewähren sich. Unternehmen mit einem CDO, ob in einer dedizierten oder funktionsübernehmenden Rolle, haben mehr als doppelt so häufig eine klare und umfassende digitale Strategie als solche ohne CDO (44 Prozent gegenüber 21 Prozent). Für fast ein Viertel (23 Prozent) mehr der Befragten als 2017 ist Cybersicherheit ein Fokalpunkt, da Cyber-Kriminalität ein Allzeithoch erreicht hat. Dahingegen fühlt sich nur ein Fünftel gut gerüstet gegen Cyber-Angriffe. Der Fachkräftemangel (25 Prozent mehr als im Vorjahr) schlägt sich am ehesten in Bereichen nieder, in denen Fähigkeiten bezüglich Sicherheit und Belastbarkeit gefragt sind. Die Bereiche Big Data und Analytics sind auch im vierten Jahr in Folge die Nummer eins unter den meistgefragten (und daher knappen) Ressourcen. Weibliche IT-Führungskräfte sind weiterhin nur auf einem langsamen Aufwärtstrend und erreichen in diesem Jahr 12 Prozent (gegenüber 10 Prozent im Vorjahr) und auch dieses Jahr machen Frauen gerade einmal einen Fünftel der Belegschaft aus. Die Investitionen in Schatten-IT nehmen weiter zu: In 44 Prozent der Unternehmen befinden sich mittlerweile mindestens 10 Prozent ihrer IT-Ausgaben ausserhalb der Kontrolle des CIOs. Diesen Trend aufzugreifen und auszubauen, könnte der Schlüssel zum Erfolg sein. Die Cloud-Investitionen wachsen weiter: 70 Prozent berichten von bedeutenden oder moderaten Ausgaben, dicht gefolgt von Ausgaben in Bezug auf mobile Lösungen (57 Prozent). Die Investitionen in neuere digitale Technologien nehmen zu, sind aber immer noch relativ gering. Laden Sie das Executive Summary herunter (PDF, auf Englisch) Laden Sie die Inforgrafik zur CIO-Studie herunter (PDF, auf Englisch) Lesen Sie den Blogeintrag "Schweizer CIO auf einer schwierigen Gratwanderung"

30 years young - A message from the CEO

On this day thirty years ago, Harvey Nash was born. www.harveynash.com/hn30 During those three decades we have grown from a small single office in central London, to one of the most successful talent companies in the world, with multiple offices and leading brands stretching across four continents. We are also the most valuable Technology & Executive recruitment and outsourcing business listed on the London Stock Exchange. And wow, what a journey. We have survived, in fact we have grown through, four major downturns. From the early 1990s, just two years after we were established, to the dot.com downturn and Sep 11 tragedy of 2001, through to the financial recession of 2008. We have worked with some of the most fascinating and demanding organisations in the world - from governments, to huge multinationals through to small start-ups - along the way helping over 100,000 people into a new career. We have and still are, providing talent to ALL the most successful technology companies of all time - Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft. We have provided Board talent and advisory services to some of the largest global companies in the world and placed digital talent on salaries from $100k through to $1m. Our outsourcing business in Vietnam is the largest foreign investor in the sector and second only to the state owned enterprise. We have evolved and adapted as the world has changed. During Harvey Nash's life we have witnessed some of the most amazing events of modern times, from the fall of the Berlin Wall, the invention of the "world wide web" and the smartphone and experienced the impact of social media on our lives. What are the most game changing events over this time? Working with such a talented team, watching you all grow and develop, some of you to the most senior leadership positions in the company Creating the world's largest and most respected IT leadership survey - the CIO Survey, representing almost 5,000 IT leaders across 84 countries Diversity and Inclusion, from Inspire through to ARA in the USA and Women in Tech Being the first recruitment company in the world to be awarded EY's National Equality Standard The successful expansion of our portfolio of services The incredible growth journeys of all our recruitment brands - Harvey Nash UK, Ireland, Scotland, Belgian and Dutch businesses becoming market leaders in their sectors in the last decade The spread of outsourcing across Asia, the USA, Australia the UK and Ireland almost entirely organicallySeeing Sweden's Alumni search business become the number one in the Nordics, and successfully introducing our Harvey Nash and Impact brands to the Nordic market  This list goes on... But I am also very proud, perhaps even more so, of the small things. Like how one of our offices helped a homeless person into a new job, how the 'cheeky' question raised by one junior consultant resulted in us working with one of our biggest clients, how attention to detail and going that extra mile has helped us do things that other organisations do not. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our success story. Our cherished clients, our valued candidates and above all our people. So what of the future? Well of course no-one really knows what the next three decades will bring. Automation? Disruption? New opportunities? We can only guess at the possibilities. But what I am convinced is that smart people will be the key to any organisation's success and I will remain as passionate about finding and developing the best people, for clients and for ourselves, as I always have. Here's to the next thirty years! Albert Ellis, CEO Harvey Nash www.harveynash.com/hn30 30 years of Harvey Nash - Watch the video, read our CEO's message, test your knowledge of 1988.

CIO Survey Leadership Event 2017

On the 9th of November Harvey Nash and KPMG held their annual CIO Survey Event at the Park Hyatt in Zurich. After introductions from Paul King MD of Harvey Nash Switzerland , Dr Johnathon Mitchell Non-Executive Chairman of Harvey Nash and Prafull Sharma Head CIO & Sourcing Advisory Partner at KPMG introduced the main findings of the CIO Survey 2017. As in past years we had a lively panel discussion moderated by Harvey Nash CEO Albert Ellis. This was a great session involving plenty of audience participation and valuable insight and opinion from our panel of industry experts. We would like to thank the panelists who really made the evening both interesting and informative. Patrick Hunger - CEO of Saxo Bank, Michael Stemmle - CEO and Founder of Additiv , Klaus Meier, Head of Technical Services and CIO - Skyguide, Indradip Paul - Global Head of IT Strategy and Governance for Lafarge Holcim. It was great to see so many of Switzerland's IT leaders present; over sixty people came to take part in discussion and debate around the shape of IT in Switzerland. View the photographs of the event If you are interested in attending our next Swiss CIO event please email Simon.hindle@harveynash.com.

CIO Survey Event Zurich

On the 15th of November Harvey Nash and KPMG held their annual CIO Survey Event at the Park Hyatt in Zurich. After introductions from Paul King MD of Harvey Nash Switzerland , Dr Johnathon Mitchell Non-Executive Chairman of Harvey Nash and Prafull Sharma Head CIO & Sourcing Advisory Partner at KPMG introduced the main findings of the CIO Survey 2016 -Harvey Nash CIO Survey. Afterwards we had a lively panel discussion moderated by Harvey Nash CEO Albert Ellis. This was a tremendously informative session involving plenty of audience participation and valuable insight and opinion from our panel of industry experts. We would like to thank the panelists who really made the evening both interesting and informative. Prodosh Banerjee , CEO at Safe Swiss , Indradip Paul Global Head of IT Strategy at Holcim, Damir Bogdan, Founder of Actvide AG, former CIO & Head Operations at Raiffeisen and Volker Schmidt, CIO at CSS. It was great to see so many of Switzerland's IT leaders present; over seventy people came to take part in discussion and debate around the shape of IT in Switzerland. The following is a link to the Photos of the event. If you are interested in attending our next Swiss CIO event please email Simon.hindle@harveynash.com.

Launch of the 2016 CIO Survey - Zurich

November 15th - Hyatt Hotel in Zurich, Bahnhof Enge, Switzerland The launch of the Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2016. An evening of discussion, debate and networking for CIOs and technology leaders, with insights from the world's largest study of IT executive sentiment. Click here for the Save the Date invite. To find out more about the survey, please visit the dedicated microsite at www.hnkpmgciosurvey.com. Contact: Katja Hassler

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