IT Pro Live: Enabling culture through technology
How to use technology and tools to create a productive and welcoming workplace
By now, we all know that the function of IT is about more than just laptops and servers; IT is instrumental in helping keep staff connected not just to services and infrastructure, but to the business as a whole. In this Q&A session, Rebecca George OBE, managing partner at Deloitte and workplace culture specialist, explores how to proactively use technology to build and enhance a strong sense of internal culture within a business, why IT needs to become the department of 'yes' and how to prevent staff from burning out.
Features Editor, IT Pro
Jane started her journalistic career in 2010 as a freelance writer. Her work covered everything from mining and water resource management, to pensions and fisheries. She joined IT Pro and Cloud Pro in 2012 as a staff writer and became features editor across IT Pro, Cloud Pro and Channel Pro in 2016. Jane is an avid baker and cook (you can find photos of many of her creations on Instagram, where she is sunday_lunch), as well as a dedicated linguist.
Rebecca George OBE
Managing partner, Deloitte
Rebecca leads Deloitte’s Public Sector practice across 13 European countries. She is passionate about improving citizen outcomes and works with clients to drive large-scale, complex transformation programmes. Her focus throughout her career has been on transformation enabled by technology. Rebecca joined Deloitte as a Partner in 2006 after spending nearly 20 years at IBM in roles including sales, business process reengineering, and HR, in the UK, EMEA and globally. Rebecca is involved in activities to increase the participation of Women in the IT industry since the mid-1990s. She is President of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, where she is a Fellow. She is a Liveryman, on the Court at the Worshipful Company of IT, and is a member of the Board of the City Mental Health Alliance. She is Non-Executive Chair of the T-Level Reform Programme Board for the Department of Education. She was honoured with an OBE in 2006 for work she did for the Government on Sustainable Communities.