This week we met with Crimson’s Caisha Sheikh, Caisha has worked within CIO search and selection for a number of years and is now in charge of maintaining Crimson’s most senior partnerships. Caisha is passionate about giving senior candidates the support they need to reach new career heights. Her next workshop is on 29th August.
With IR35 regulations due to be rolled-out across the private sector in April 2020, I feel it is the right time to encourage all employers and IT contractors to get their houses in order.
As an IT recruitment consultant that specialises in resourcing and supporting IT contractors for leading UK organisations, I’m often asked for insights into the latest IR35 changes and for help with planning for IT personnel requirements under IR35.
A poll at the Crimson Innovation Conference 2019 has revealed that the skills shortage in the IT jobs market continues to hinder many organisations.
89% of respondents, which were predominantly technology leaders, CIOs, and other C-suite executives of major UK organisations, reported that the IT skills shortage was negatively impacting their companies.
Guests will discover insights into ‘Nature inspired computation and AI’s evolving relationship with data’ live at the Crimson Innovation Conference 2019.
Dr Felix Hovsepian will be describing how technology leaders can use data and AI to create advanced systems that will give their organisations a competitive advantage. In his presentation, he will be outlining a series of use cases that reveal the potential of big data, including; Generative Design - how IoT provides AI with a digital nervous system and how it has enabled engineers to design a novel racing car chassis, Swarm Intelligence - distributed, self-organizing systems that utilize small-data, and Causal Reasoning - beyond the data techniques currently used in machine learning that utilise ‘reasoning by association’ (correlation).
A leadership expert will be revealing how CIOs and other technology leaders can overcome the increasing complexities, ambiguities and paradoxes that big data creates at Crimson Innovation Conference 2019 (CiC19).
Keith Coats, a Leadership Expert who has worked with many senior level employees at blue chip organisations through his company TomorrowToday Global, believes that IT leaders are now being required to develop a range of new characteristics in order to successfully navigate an increasingly AI centric world. In his speech at CiC19, Keith will be outlining the essential skill sets the leaders of tomorrow will have to adopt to thrive in this environment.
Harvey Nash Group’s Director of Marketing will be exploring the forces that will most affect technology leaders in 2019 live at Crimson's Innovation Conference (CiC19).
Rob Grimsey, who has worked within Harvey Nash Group for almost 20 years, will be sharing some of the insights gleaned from the organisation’s recent global CIO survey, compiled in association with KPMG.
Few markets are innovating quicker than the FinTech sector. And, within this hyper competitive race to provide consumers with the best products first, customer behavioural data can be the linchpin to securing competitive advantage.
Therefore, Crimson is thrilled to announce that Ashleigh Petrie, Senior Product Manager at Moneybox, will be describing how the investment app is ‘Putting behavioural data at the heart of FinTech product design’ at Crimson’s Innovation Conference 2019.
Crimson is delighted to disclose that the Head of Data Science at The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), aka Nudge Unit, will be addressing attendees at Crimson’s Innovation Conference 2019 (CiC19).
James Lawrence, who has headed BIT’s data science team for almost two and a half years, will be speaking on the topic: ‘Text mining: Unlocking the commercial value of text data’, in which he will be describing how data science can be a hugely beneficial tool not only for the public sector but also for commercial organisations.