Recipe for successful digital transformation

Recipe for successful digital transformation

SA
Nov 10
Join Fragile to Agile founder, Glenn Smyth, to learn how to implement your own digital transformation.
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Speakers

Glenn Smyth, Founder and Chief Executive, Fragile to Agile

Event Overview

Following on from his previous CEDA presentation on the Anatomy of a digitally transformed organisation, Glenn will recap the primary points from the prior presentation and will then examine what you’ll need to achieve a successful digital transformation and how to make it happen?

This discussion will:
  • Describe the key ingredients required to support successful design of the transformation roadmap;
  • Define how those ingredients are used to develop and execute the digital transformation, ensuring it delivers value early and regularly, and most importantly ensuring it is business outcomes and capability driven; and
  • Discuss how to establish light-touch governance to ensure deliverables meet on-going quality expectations.
Glenn will also present a case study on a multi-award-winning digital transformation, its successful outcomes and making the case that done right it will be the last transformation you’ll ever need.

This briefing is by invitation only to CEDA Trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. At CEDA boardroom briefings Trustees hear from an informed, expert guest speaker in a private, small group setting. Invitations to boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies.

Meet the speaker

Glenn Smyth
Founder and Chief Executive, Fragile to Agile

Glenn has worked in nearly all areas of IT from programming and database administration through program management and IT architecture before settling as an enterprise architect. Glenn is founder and Chief Executive at Fragile to Agile, a dedicated enterprise architecture practice launched in 2009. It is specifically designed to resonate with both business executives and technologists and has been adopted by organisations within Australia, USA and Europe. Prior to this Glenn was chief architect at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and preceding that chief architect for the ATO's change program. His other roles include principal architect of Bank of Ireland's first online portal for large corporations.

Meet the host

Katherine Stocco
Chief People and Culture Officer, Guide Dogs SA/NT

Katherine is a Human Resources professional with senior management experience in Human Resources, Learning and Development and Organisational Development; predominantly within the corporate and mutual banking sectors. Katherine held the position of General Manager Human Resources at Beyond Bank Australia before taking up the current position of Chief People and Culture Officer in 2016 with the aim of applying her skills and expertise within the rapidly changing disability services sector.

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