2021 WA IT Leadership Summit

15 & 16, September 2021
Perth

15th & 16th September
Perth


As technology leaders continue to support their organisations to remain relevant, resilient and innovative in time of uncertainty and disruption, their ability to build deeper engagement with the executive team; improve the customer experience; implement new ways of working; and drive cross-functional collaboration is more important than ever. The program will feature WA’s leading minds sharing their insights into their business transformation journeys; celebrating success stories, lessons learnt and team achievements; how different businesses are bringing innovation and benefits to the society; and looking ahead to the challenges and readiness to adopt technology and innovation in their respective sectors.          

Key Topics

  • Leading people through change, technology and leadership
  • Building meaningful human connections and driving a cross-functional collaboration
  • Driving growth and innovation in an AI, ML and IoT driven environment
  • Digital transformation – success, lessons learnt and celebrating team achievement
  • Increasing the use of digital technology as an enabler to improve business performance
  • C-level executive engagement and collaboration from build to buy – building partnerships and trust 
  • Building a strong customer-centric agile culture
  • Establishing Western Australia as a leader in technology talent
  • Doing more with less IT in Perth versus the rest of the world
  • Collaboration between government agencies and industries 
  • Challenges, opportunities and readiness to adopt technology and innovation for SMEs
  • Refocusing the IT department, team and business in time of uncertainty and disruption
  • Improving security posture for IT and OT
  • Security, privacy and governance in the AI, ML and IoT driven environment
  • Improving connectivity, user experience and business performance
  • Making smart technology works for your customers, your organisations and your workforce
  • Implementing new ways of working – building an engaged and digitally enabled workforce

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Presenters

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Dr Liz Dallimore
Director
WA Data Science Innovation Hub
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Andy Weir
EGM Technology & Transformation
Bankwest
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Nicole O'Connor
Director of Research Services & Systems
Curtin University
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Andrew Smith
CIO
Western Power
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Angela Lam
Head of Information Technology
Horizon Power
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Matt Faries
CIO
Australian Finance Group
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Andy Rhodes
Practice Solutions Manager, Building Digital Practice
Stantec
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Mike Kovacevic
CTO
Catholic Education WA
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Arnold Wong
National Treasurer
ACS (WA)
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Frederic Drouin
Managing Director
ES2
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Steve Simpson
CIO
ES2
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Jane Mitchell
A/Head of Information and Technology Services
Water Corporation
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Vito Forte
Director & CIO, Digital & Campus Services
Edith Cowan University
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Chris Eriksen
General Manager, Innovation & Technology
Roy Hill
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Chris Nurse
CTO
Namsource
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Dr Joe Sweeney
Advisor
IBRS
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Lisa Yewers
Productivity & Innovation Lead
Monadelphous
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Raymond Schippers
Manager, Incident Response Team (APAC)
Check Point Technologies Software
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Cettina Raccuia
Innovation & Transformation Leaders; Advisory Board Member
RAC; WA Innovation Hub
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David Caddick
Solution Specialist, Modern Workplace
Empired
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Sarah Bassett
Head of Western Australia, South Australia & Natural Resources
AWS
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David Scott Taylor
Innovation & Digitalisation Leader

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John Condo
Senior Manager, WA
Equinix
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Phillip May
Global Solutions Architect
Equinix
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Matt Mueller
CIO
Iluka Resources
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Mark Balding
Group Manager, Business Transformation
Thermomix
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Jonathan Leeming
Enterprise Account Manager, WA
Nutanix

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