2018 Plenary Sessions


Day 113 June 2018

08.30

Registration and coffee

09.00

Welcome address

09.20

International Keynote: Breaking the digital deadlock

By 2022, IDC forecasts that 80% of enterprise revenue growth will depend directly on digital offerings and operations. While some digital projects have been implemented and are progressing, most companies report they are still struggling to digitally transform their broader organisation. Joseph’s presentation will look beyond the widely identified impediments of culture, processes and resources and address these key questions.
  • As the transition to digital business accelerates, what technology management challenges will confront the enterprise, and what is IT’s role in resolving them?
  • How will enterprise organisation “digital business” structures evolve?
  • What is the enterprise implementation rate for new technologies such as AI/Cognitive, Robotics, Blockchain, Drones and AR/VR?

JOSEPH PUCCIARELLI, GROUP VICE PRESIDENT IT EXECUTIVE ADVISOR, IDC (USA)

10.20

Morning break

10.50

The business transformation of Auckland Council

MARK DENVIR, DIRECTOR OF ICT, AUCKLAND COUNCIL
DAVID OAKLEY, VP AND MANAGING DIRECTOR, SERVICENOW ANZ

11.20

Panel: Creating an innovation culture

  • Extending agile thinking across the entire company – what does a nimble company look like?
  • Maintaining pace whilst keeping the lights on – finding the balance within your role as CIO
  • Embracing the new normal – digital, change management, creating opportunity and operating in disruptive environments

NEVILLE RICHARDSON, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, GALLAGHER GROUP
THOMAS HYDE, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, BECA
SONYA CROSBY, CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER
SIMON KENNEDY, GENERAL MANAGER – INTERNAL CUSTOMER PRODUCTS (CIO), AIR NEW ZEALAND

12.00

Lunch

13.00

Extended Networking Time

ROUNDTABLES running concurrently 13:00 - 15.00

13.30

Kiwi Case Studies

Hear from IT leaders as they discuss projects, teams and innovations from within their CIO roles.

13.30

Quickfire 1

JUSTINE BURN, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, AA INSURANCE

13.50

Quickfire 2

TINA WAKEFIELD, DEPUTY SECRETARY ICT & CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, MINISTRY OF JUSTICE

14.10

Quickfire 3

DAVID KENNEDY, GROUP CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, TRANSACTION SERVICES GROUP

14.30

Q&A

15.00

Afternoon break

15.30

Driving change – our digital workplace

  • Airways Digital Workplace – a place and a way to enable better knowledge sharing across the organisation
  • Forging more productive business relationships beyond natural workgroups
  • Integrating technologies people use to break down communication barriers and foster a greater employee experience
  • Beyond technology – embedding cultural change to foster efficiency, innovation and growth

HILARY WALTON, MANAGER ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SYSTEMS, AIRWAYS NZ

16.00

Keynote: The modern business culture

Workplace culture has an undeniable link to the success of projects and initiatives across the organisation. This session examines how the workplace has changed over the recent past and how organisations can unlock their culture to create a highly engaged workforce and a high performance culture
  • Becoming the leader for the future to inspire and grow your team
  • Why workforce culture is important for internal and customer experiences
  • How workplaces need to evolve to make the most of the upcoming opportunities

MICHAEL HENDERSON, CORPORATE ANTHROPOLOGIST

16.50

Summary remarks from the MC

16.50

Networking Drinks (SkyCity)

18:00

2018 CIO Awards & Gala Dinner
The Dinner will be held at ANZ Viaduct Events Centre.
Your MC for the night is Ben Hurley

Day 214 June 2018

09.00

Welcome back from the MC

09.10

International Keynote: Digital change at a 150 year old iconic institution

Founded in 1870, by most measures The Met is a traditional institution: its mission and business model has remained relatively stable throughout its 150 year history. In a digital age, where knowledge, creativity and ideas are freely and rapidly shared online, there is a need for the institution to re-think aspects of that model in order to reach and retain relevance with audiences.
This talk will look at what it takes for an institution like The Met to successfully navigate the digitization of parts of its business model, and of the importance of marrying short term goals with longer term sustainability.

LOIC TALLON, CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER, METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART (USA)

09.50

International Keynote: Breaking free of legacy – delivering services to compete on a global stage

  • Driving strategy and supporting global units from within the technology team
  • Managing speed of change – utilising IT to enhance business decision making and capability
  • CIOs leading change from the IT function

ROBERTO CALATI, HEAD OF ENTERPRISE IT PERFORMANCE, TOLL GROUP

10.30

Morning break

11.00

Is your business fully prepared for the Future of Work?

  • The technology curve is accelerating exponentially
  • The potential of data, automation, robotics and AI are changing the way we work, but only with the help of very human skills
  • Is your business ready to embrace a different way of working for a very different future?

JOLIE HODSON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, SPARK DIGITAL

11.30


LAURA BELL, DIRECTOR, SAFESTACK

12.00

Session to be advised

12.30

Lunch

13.30

Themes of innovation and transformation from around the world

  • Themes of change from around the world
  • How digital technology can solve significant problems and drive disruptive change
  • How digital can help you create sustainable differentiation
  • Why a people first culture is critical in an increasingly digital world

GARY ADEY, OPERATIONS DIRECTOR, GROUP ENTERPRISE, VODAFONE PLC

14.00

Furthering digital inclusion and the transformation of public services

  • Building trust within government services – utilising and leveraging shared data sets
  • Creating services within the natural systems people use
  • Using technology to improve trust within online services

MIKE CUNNINGTON, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER, INFORMATION INTELLIGENCE & COMMUNICATIONS, INLAND REVENUE

14.30

CIO Innovation: It’s not what you think

Jeff will take us through the $120m digital transformation implemented at the University of Tasmania and why persistent focus on benefits realisation has had a real impact on the organisation.
  • Importance of careful and diligent project management
  • Focusing on team development and leadership
  • Allowing time to think and create – mindfulness and ensuring strong engagement with the business

JEFF MURRAY, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA (AUSTRALIA)

15.00

Afternoon break

15.20

Award winners’ interview

Hear from the victors of the 2018 NZ CIO Awards as we talk projects, innovations and the journey that lead them to winning the award.

15.40

International keynote: Authentic leadership for challenging transformations

ZUBAIR AHMED, CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER, EMIRATES ISLAMIC (DUBAI)

16.20

Q&A

16.30

Closing remarks from the MC and close of the 2018 NZ CIO Summit