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Richard Copley – Head of Business Change at DWF – Turning strategy into action

An interview with Richard Copley who has gained nearly 40 years project management experience with over 20 years of this being delivering major transformational change. Over the latter part of his career he has performed a range of roles varying between building change functions and delivering programmes. He is still greatly engaged by the variety of challenge and opportunity to learn that each new programme presents but also remembers with fondness his days as a systems analyst.

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Steve Trapps- The Modern, Multi Faceted Technical Leader on the Ability to Converse and Why it is Critical Within the Future of Development [INTERVIEW]

Steve is someone whose taken the technical path of career progression. Over the last 20 years he has developed a broad array of strings to his bow. He is a developer, he is an architect, he is a Scrum Master, a team builder, a people leader and of late, a business director. He talks passionately about the role of communication in modern development and his deep belief that the way business and IT work together needs revolution.

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How Andy Maclusky Became a Global CIO. His Top Tip? Be Bold. [INTERVIEW]

With a passion for computing at the rise of early home computers and an opportunity to be exposed to a young Apple Corp in a summer job as a repair engineer of Apple 2s, he knew he was destined for a career in IT. Through making bold and more challenging choices at many points along his career, Andy has enjoyed many years at the top in global CIO roles. On today’s episode he shares his experiences and lessons learned along the way.

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