Valintine says the courses will be taught by industry and technical experts on topics ranging from swarm robotics to artificial intelligence and entrepreneurship.
The team will be led by Sarah Hindle, who has just returned from the United Kingdom.
Hindle is a lawyer who shifted her career to advise CEOs and their teams on how to develop and exploit a competitive advantage in the face of complex and rapid change.
There is a real gap in the market for local high-intensity, immersive courses that will equip New Zealand professionals with the skills to lead and navigate the disruptive change businesses are facing, says Hindle.
"It's incredibly motivating to be leading the charge with Tech Futures Lab, helping New Zealand businesses to take on the world."
Source: CIO New Zealand
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