2018 Seminars


 14 June 2018

 

STREAM A

STREAM B

STREAM C
HOW TO SESSIONS

09.00

Welcome from the Chair

Dr. Mahsa Mohaghegh
Lecturer - School of Engineering
AUT
Founder
She Sharp

Welcome from the Chair

Shane Minogue
Research Manager

IDC

How to sessions are designed to take you through step by step learning and implementation of key skills. These sessions will run for 90 minutes alongside Stream A + B

09.10

The future of work – how AI makes work, work better

Gerwyn Samuel
Advisory Solution Consultant
ServiceNow

Data enabled decision making – unleashing value from your data

Evelyn Wareham
Chief Data and Insights Officer,
MBIE

How to: Build an agile culture to support change and embrace innovation

Jennifer Cherrington-Mowat, Executive General Manager Technology and Digital, Genesis Jennifer Cherrington-Mowat
Executive General Manager Technology and Digital

Genesis

09.40

Digital transformation with customer at its heart – Mercury’s change journey

Roxanne Salton
Head of Digital Strategy & Delivery
Mercury

Optimising 365 as your digital workplace: getting the right mix of control and flexibility

Mark Watson
Senior Consultant
Information Leadership

                    

  • TEST


10.10

Why NZ is so special to Malware designers – findings from the front lines

Justin Dolly
Chief Security Officer & CIO
Malwarebytes

Managing the shift from legacy systems to the Cloud: Delivering LIC’s long term change

Paul Littlefair
CIO
LIC

                    

  • TEST


10.40

MORNING BREAK

11.00

Achieving diversity in the IT sector and fuelling the digital talent pipeline

Neville Richardson
CIO
Gallagher

Developing your cybersecurity threat plan: What to do when it all goes wrong

Barry Brailey
Principal Virtual Security Officer
Aura Information Security

How to: Lead effective IT teams – balancing being a manager and a leader

John Holley
Head of Operational Strategy and Relationships
Graeme Dingle Foundation

11.30

The application of AI and other innovations for next generation service delivery

Andrew Jurgens
General Manager
DDS IT Digital Data Systems

Mark Sewell
General Manager Sales and Marketing
DDS IT Digital Data Systems

Lessons learned: Adapting new and emerging technologies

Julie Hazelhurst
Head of Process Transformation and Design
BNZ

                    

  • TEST


12.00

Why IoT is not too hard: Supporting collaboration to develop IoT application

Jannat Maqbool,
Organiser,
IoT Waikato - Wintec

Revolutionising people management: Digital innovation for tomorrow’s workforce and workspace

Chris Radley,
Executive Director - HCM,
Fusion5

                    

  • TEST


12.30

LUNCH

13.30

Defending your email systems: A practical approach to cyber resilience

Ryan Economos
Senior Technical Consultant
Mimecast

Legal implications of data storage – managing new shifts to Cloud and mitigating challenges of working across borders

John Hannan
Partner
DLA Piper

How to: Deliver successful IT projects – learning from failing

Dianna Taylor
CIO
New Zealand Racing Board

14.00

Agile, differently: House of Travel’s strategy to manage disruption and deliver on change

Mark Leadbetter
IT Director
House of Travel

Transforming digital experience: ‘built to change’ software development

Jason Pope
Chief Technology Officer, Australia & New Zealand
CA Technologies

                    

  • TEST


14.30

From concept to delivery: Rapid protoyping to aid digital experience delivery

Rob Brough
Digital Experience Consultant
Solnet

Embracing emerging technology and building a digital operating model in healthcare

Jon Herries
Group Manager - Emerging Health Technology
Ministry of Health New Zealand

                    

  • TEST


15.00

SUMMARY REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR AND AFTERNOON BREAK

TECH TEAM PASS ATTENDEES JOIN MAIN PLENARY FOR CLOSING KEYNOTE SESSIONS

15.20

2017 CIO Awards Winners’ Interviews
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: Successes and failures on the digital journey
  • Balancing traditional models with innovative futures – including and embracing legacy within transformation projects
  • Bringing to life some of Australia’s much-loved brands and the world’s biggest events
  • Dealing with disruptive change and providing platforms for engagement with changing audiences

CLIVE DICKENS, CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER, SEVEN WEST MEDIA (AUSTRALIA)
2017 AUSTRALIAN CDO OF THE YEAR

16.20

Q&A

16.30

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