Programme

You can view the detailed description of the CIODAY 2019 break-out topics right over here.
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  • DAY 1: Pre-conference

    25 November (invitation only)

  • DAY 2: CIODAY

    26 November

  • DAY 2: Sessions

    26 November

  • Last year we had the most ‘funcky’ opening ever with Candy Dulfer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=10&v=aJ1nakyt-K4 And as any year the past 14 years we will surprise and inspire you during the Grand Opening of the 15th edition CIODAY. This year……. No! We will not tell you. We did not do this the past 14 years, so also not this year. We will not ‘mind-fuck’ you with some half clues nor put you on the wrong leg so to speak. Just (a)wait and see until Tuesday, November 26 at 09:30urs!


  • To understand their drive, mission and vision the six candidates for CIO of the Year 2019 will share their thoughts with you in some inspirational and motivational speeches.

  • In 2017 we introduced the so called Tech Heroes. In this part of the program we asked start-ups and scale-ups to share their vision and How they did it/make it happen. There are also numerous great transformational stories to share that resonate within the majority of the delegates (CIOs/IT Directors from the top1000 enterprises). Therefor this year, 2019, we will expand the programme with the so called Digital Masters. Together with the Start- and Scale-ups the Digital Masters will complete the setup for the Tech Heroes.

    Tech Heroes are business leaders of young fast-growing companies that bring about a major change in the way we do business and the way we work. They have a strong technology driven approach and are able to disrupt traditional industries. These industry heroes will present their case on how they were able to make innovative new discoveries and products through technology.

    Digital Masters are inspiring leaders who have achieved a high degree of maturity in digitizing their business. Not in the form of new, promising startups, but rather of the more established companies that have shown that they are able to adapt quickly to our changing world through technology. These companies are an example for our industry, society and BV Netherlands. They work inspiringly towards the large group of traditional organizations helping the Netherlands to make a big impact in its international competitive position.

  • HRH Bernhard van Oranje-Nassau will present the 2019 winner.


  • Ecosystems are a hot topic. Apparently they are seen as the holy grail of cooperation between customer and suppliers. The reality is different: there are conflicts of interest, margins are always under pressure, products and services are offered by multiple partners in the ecosystem ... Some ecosystems flourish, among other things due to robust conflict management systems. How do you develop such an ecosystem? It is important to map out an ecosystem well in advance and to look at the risk of conflicts. Openness in the tendering phase is needed, puts conflicts of interest on the agenda before contracting. Sourcing expert Eric Foppen, previous winner of a Tommie (The Outsource Manager Award) at ICT Media, will present a number of statements during this discussion table. Based on this, you get a good picture of the do's and dont's when developing an ecosystem.
    Ecosystems

  • Many organizations experience the pressure of the market: it must be faster, more customer-oriented and more agile. Whether the response is to opt for bi-modal IT or not: this has the necessary consequences for the IT organization. IT is becoming increasingly intertwined with business processes; hiding in the "run" is no longer possible. The question is how the IT organization can be modernized. It starts at the top, at the MT. But the design and above all getting the processes working is essential. Pieter Schoehuijs currently busy with a carve-out of Glencore Agriculture from the Glencore group - and the associated repositioning of its IT organization - explains a number of issues during this session, to formulate a number of good practices through dialogue.
    Digitize the Core

  • Innovation does not start with hip terms or embracing hyped technology. It is advisable for directors and companies to have the renewal agenda start close to themselves. That means that you as CxO do not allow yourself to be packed or intimidated by all kinds of technological promises and threats. It is about one thing and that is what organizations, their business and their leaders want to achieve with it. As a consultant and ad interim innovation leader, Miguel van Bodegom knows the tools with which organizations and their officials can shape the desired innovation. During CIODAY19 he supervises a discussion table on this topic. A no-nonsense attitude and only doing what you understand form the core.
    People & Organisations

  • In a more complex and demanding world the need for being flexible is becoming more important for all organizations. The change in ways of working, how we setup up teams, the need for architecture and how we deal with new digital capabilities and the cloud is crucial in achieving this agility. Come join us to discuss the latest status and views on enterprise agility and the role of a flexible IT landscape.
    Digitize the Core
    Host
    Fujitsu

  • It wasn’t that long ago that green and profitable just didn’t go together. Boardroom thinking, however, has changed and businesses can no-longer afford to ignore sustainability, especially as innovative business leaders are seeing greener thinking as a source of competitive advantage for the future.
    Ecosystems
    Host
    Orange Business Services

  • Hans Luijendijk has recently assisted AkzoNobel in realizing a major transformation of the IT and information management environment at the request of CIO Aloys Kregting. From his company CIO Advisory, Luijendijk provides advisory services to boards of directors and senior officials with responsibility for IT and information provision. With major transformations, he focuses primarily on two aspects: managing a multi-vendor environment and supervising the process: keeping course and guarding against budget, time and goals being exceeded. During the discussion table on 26 November during CIODAY2019 in the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, Hans Luijendijk wants to share the experiences gained at AkzoNobel and elsewhere, and offer companies their CxOs insight into the do's and don's of digital transformations. He also provides tools for IT design and interaction with partners.
    Ecosystems
    People & Organisations

  • Many organizations make it: they want to bring a product or service on the market, but this does not work or fails because the underlying processes - Agile, DevOps, service management - are not in order. During this session Jan Willem will use an innovative board game to show how you map processes and determine which ones matter. It also discusses how you define the right roles to support the processes, and which competencies are required for this. The result is an insightful GAP analysis with pragmatic follow-up steps.
    Digitize the Core

  • Radboudumc uses more and more cloud services such as Software as a Service and Platform as a Service. And the expectation is that the number of cloud subscriptions will only increase. With increasing challenges in the field of data exchange / integration, data quality, data security and data ownership. Tom discusses the lessons learned during this session.  Arjen Vriens, associated with the independent consultancy firm CloudNation, will also discuss the do's & dont's during the session, based on experiences from daily advisory practice.
    Data & Analytics
    Ecosystems
    Host
    Motiv & Check Point Software

  • Starting a business has never been easier. Hardly any capital is needed in the digital age to enter any market. Business and IT are naturally merged with newcomers. The speed that this entails is a threat to established enterprises. Introducing a start-up culture into an enterprise seems impossible - due to sacred houses, the logosiness of existing silos and so on. Numerous studies and books are devoted to this issue. Yet few leaders manage to achieve real breakthroughs. What is it that drives these leaders? Do we recognize those elements in ourselves and in each other?
    New Digital Growth
    Host
    Schuberg Philis

  • How do you successfully make advanced analytics part of your organization's DNA? The start is the agenda of the Board of Directors. Then the real work begins: ensuring that the business adopts and starts to apply analytics. Maarten Buikhuisen presents his experiences at Heineken, where the value of a certain data set is determined in close cooperation with the business in three sprints of two weeks each. A good criterion for success: does the business want to make time for this? An interactive session about, experimenting, training and getting acquainted.
    Data & Analytics

Entertainment

After dinner party: DJ Eno-C