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Digital Transformation Forum: The Essential Ingredients of Successful Digital Transformation
July 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
M&T Resources is pleased to invite you an upcoming live webinar as part of our popular Digital Transformation panel series.
In an era of change, digital transformation marks a radical rethinking of how organisations use technology, people and processes to evolve their business performance. In this lunchtime live webinar held on Friday 17 July 2020, we sit down with leaders in digital transformation across a range of industries to find out what they believe successful transformation truly entails, from a leadership, customer and mobilisation perspective.
This virtual event will consist of a panel discussion followed by the opportunity for Q&A with the panel members. The audience will be able to ask questions via the Zoom event platform.
Through this digital transformation series we hope to build a truly collaborative network where industry leaders can come together and shine a spotlight on collective challenges and innovation, in order to achieve better outcomes across the public and private sectors.
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About the panel
Peter Moy, Program Director / Manager
Peter Moy is an accomplished Program Director / Manager who has successfully delivered business / digital transformation and core system replacement programs for organisations across a variety of sectors. These have ranged in size up to $50M+. He understands the importance of having clear objectives from the outset, and aligning key stakeholders including customers, business operations, technology and vendors along the journey to ensure programs meet their objectives. Most recently he developed and led the go-to-market approach for a digital transformation program for the City of Greater Geelong. The program had 3 key objectives: improving customer experience, improving staff satisfaction and remediating inefficient processes. This will be achieved through introducing more contemporary technologies, upskilling staff and reengineering key processes.
Jonathan Shoebridge, Delivery Director
Jonathan Shoebridge is a pragmatic management professional, with a track record in leading the delivery of strategic transformation. Motivated by helping organisations to strengthen their portfolio, program, and project governance to achieve strategic business goals in a predictable and methodical manner. A strategic thinker with the ability to engage with executives and staff to refine a vision into a practical roadmap. A track record in achieving success on programs ranging from $5 million to $320 million. Most recently he led the establishment of the Delivery Office and Transformation Programs of work at Dental Health Services Victoria, Health Support Queensland and Queensland Health.
Matthew Sillars, Project Lead
Matthew Sillars is a specialist in transforming digital teams and projects to ensure valuable, quality and engaging digital outcomes. He has delivered a wide range of digital projects and transformations across medical research, marketing and communications and organisations such as Coca Cola, International Hotel Group, DHL, Quit Victoria and Victoria University. Outcomes-focused, he pursues high quality solutions for complex business and technology problems, ensuring the organisational and technological approach are supportive and sustainable. Having resided in a number of different cities has allowed Matthew to identify the commonalities required to ensure valuable and high quality digital outcomes.
About the host
Manique Tsang, Account Manager, M&T Resources
Manique Tsang is an Account Manager at M&T Resources, based in Melbourne. Manique has 6 years of experience specialising in providing leading talent for organisations within the Australian, Hong Kong and APAC markets. Manique is deeply engrained within local government, as a resourcing partner to 11 councils in Victoria. Manique runs our Council Connections series as well as our popular Head of Data Luncheon. She is an advocate of workplace diversity and is heavily involved in M&T Resources’ activities with Vision Australia and Female in IT and Telecommunication. Manique also has close ties to the Project Management Institute having forged M&T Resources’ partnership with the PMI Victoria Chapter.