[Event] The Next Wave of Digital Transformation

Jonty Plewes 04.10.2018

Morgan McKinley is pleased to announce our upcoming Strategy and Transformation Breakfast, where we'll be discussing "The Next Wave of Digital Transformation". 

Over the past few years, Morgan McKinley’s Breakfast Series has tackled key agenda items for business leaders bringing together the best and brightest from a range of sectors to exchange insights, challenges, trends, and innovative solutions.

This year, we will be focusing on "The Next Wave of Digital Transformation", exploring key learnings from the current suite of digital enhancements including both success stories and failures. Our panelists will also cover how organisations can manage the cultural change that comes with the digital evolution and what some of the roles of the future will look like.

We are delighted to bring you an expert panel of senior leaders who will share their personal experiences and advice both as individuals and business leaders.

Our Experts

kimberly pic.pngKimberly Chang - Partner at Deloitte Digital

Kimberly is a senior leader in Deloitte Digital and is responsible for the Telco, Media & Technology (TMT) Industry in Australia. She has over 20 years of experience in the TMT industry working with organisations across all 3 sectors in the U.S., Asia Pacific and Europe to define and manage complex business transformations and to identify opportunities for simplification and optimisation. Kimberly brings experience across end to end telco, with focus on customer experience, channel management and marketing, recently leveraging digital sales, marketing and service solutions to help organisations meet the constantly evolving expectations of their customers, partners and stakeholders. Kimberly came to Australia from San Francisco in 2005 to manage the Business Transformation program at Telstra. Over the past 10 years, Kimberly has led business transformation programs for a number of Telco and Media clients in Australia. Before joining Deloitte, Kimberly was the Management Consultant leader for Accenture in their Asia Pacific TMT Client Service Group and also led Accenture’s Australian Customer and CRM practice. Kimberly was also responsible for Accenture’s APAC Inclusion and Diversity agenda from 2010 to 2014 and continues to be a visible and active champion of gender and LGBT diversity programs.
 

Matt Symons - Director at Red Marker matt pic.jpg

Matt is a successful serial technology entrepreneur with multiple successful exits to companies including Telstra, Accenture, Veda and Kaplan. Matt now spends most of his time working on innovative AI and machine learning projects in the ‘RegTech’ space following the sale of Red Marker to Kaplan in March 2017. As a co-founder of Red Marker, Matt pioneered the application of cognitive computing to the world of regulatory compliance. Matt also co-founded, and until recently ran SocietyOne, Australia’s first and largest marketplace lender. Matt also founded GetCreditScore, the first and largest free credit score service in Australia (1.5m users).
 

alex pic.pngAlex Kok - Head of Digital Delivery at Boral

Alex has been fascinated with the transformation made by computers and changes due to IT innovation since the 80's. This has convinced him very early in his life to get involved with technology. Since then, Alex has built up experiences from building software and implementation in Asia-Pacific and Australia, particularly in finance and airline industry for the last 13 years where he has built and maintained the CommBank App, NetBank, Electronic Messaging, Online Security platform, Qantas App and other mobile related apps in Qantas. Alex has played a key role in the digital transformation and agile ways of working in both Qantas and CommBank. Recently, Alex joined Boral as the Head of Digital Delivery in June 2018, an integrated constructed materials and building products manufacturer and supplier in Australia, Asia-Pacific and Northern America. Here, Alex is passionate about building trust and collaboration with teams and stakeholders as this is often fundamentals to shifting digital transformation culture. Furthermore, this will enable Agility, innovation, Delivery DNA and Design Thinking.

 

Event Details: 

Date: Tuesday 13th November

7:30am Registration
8:00am Breakfast
8:15am Experts presentations
9:00am Q&As
9:30am Event close

Venue: The Establishment Ballroom, 252 George St, Sydney, NSW 2000 (Find us here)
Ticket cost: $60 including breakfast

Spaces are limited so register below to secure your space.


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Jonty Plewes's picture
Associate Director | IT & Business Transformation
jplewes@morganmckinley.com.au