march, 2018

14mar12:00 pm2:00 pmAustralia's Neo-Workforce: Future Ways of Working and Its Impact on Culture and BusinessSnapshot Lunch12:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST Level 6, 15 William Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Event Details

Designing a digital organization requires new building blocks. Work constantly evolves. Soon, AI and automation will be found in every job, in every profession, in every industry. The concerns about a ‘jobless future’ are understandable, but work is not going away. Many businesses are now trying to figure out the pieces of work.

As industry sectors are melting and reforming in startlingly creative ways, blending talents, disciplines, and technologies in a supercharged wave of innovation, how people work together is clearly changing.

Technology solves many problems, but it also creates new problems that need to be addressed by people. How can an established company build a new architecture to survive the future of work?

Cognizant proposes 21 new jobs that will emerge over the next 10 years and will become cornerstones of the future of work. From data detectives, to cyber city analysts, to augmented reality journey builders, these jobs are not science fiction they’re jobs your HR department will have to fill before very long. Take a peek into this world – hear, debate and experience what’s ahead in this must attend event with leaders and disruptors in the industry.

 

Speakers for this event

  • Andrew Cornell

    Andrew Cornell

    Managing Editor of BlueNotes

    Andrew Cornell is the founding managing editor of BlueNotes, ANZ Banking Group’s forum for financial services and economic news, opinion and analysis.Cornell is a multi-award winning journalist, including Australia’s most prestigious business and general commentary awards. He has worked across north Asia as well as Australia in two decades with the Australian Financial Review where he was associate editor, senior writer and columnist.He has co-written and edited books on business, management, Japan and cinema.

    Managing Editor of BlueNotes

  • Betsy Westcott

    Betsy Westcott

    Director of Retail Banking, Xinja

    Betsy is Director of Retail Banking at Xinja and is responsible for building and delivering a world-class experience for Xinja’s (soon-to-be) customers. Betsy is driven by two obsessions - improving the financial well-being of all Australians and bringing humanity back to banking. A luxury hotelier by trade Betsy 'fell' into a career in banking. The self-described Non-banky Banker, she has experience as a Bank Manager for NAB and as a Senior Private Banker at both NAB Private and ANZ Private where she looked after the financial needs of Australia's wealthiest families. She's a qualified Financial Advisor and loves helping people better understand money. So much so she started a side hustle called 'Own It' in 2015 which helped young women learn about and make the most of their money.

    Director of Retail Banking, Xinja

  • Craig Wishart

    Craig Wishart

    CIO, KPMG

    Craig is an experienced technology and operations executive who has led the delivery of large scale business transformations, cloud services implementations, and service operations change programs. He joins from UXC Ltd where he was CIO and CTO, with global responsibility for the ICT function. Prior to this he was CIO and Executive General Manager for Customer Services at Service Stream. He has also held various executive IT roles at ANZ Bank, Telstra, Rio Tinto and Sensis. Craig is an Advisory Board Member of the CIO Executive Council Australia/New Zealand.

    CIO, KPMG

  • Stephen Lennon

    Stephen Lennon

    Digital Partner, Cognizant

    Steve Lennon is Digital Partner for Manufacturing, Logistics, Energy & Utilities, leading strategic engagement with Cognizant’s Australian clients in these sectors. Through a holistic approach that addresses strategy, people, process, data and systems, he helps harness the power of technology to drive business innovation. His unique skillset, acquired through investment banking, technology, management consulting, creative agency and executive leadership roles in Australia, the US and Europe, allows him to see multiple ways to create value for Cognizant’s clients. Steve is also an accomplished author and public speaker.

    Digital Partner, Cognizant

  • Susan Entwisle

    Susan Entwisle

    Head of Digital Engineering, Cognizant

    Head of Digital Engineering, Cognizant

Agenda

    • Day 1
    • March 14, 2018
    • 12:00pm Registration & Lunch12:00pm - 12:30pmNetworking over a grazing lunch

    • 12:30pm Welcome & Introductions12:30pm - 12:40pmSession commences

    • 12:40pm Speakers Share Their Insights12:40pm - 1:20pm4x 10min Snapshot Talks

    • 1:20pm Panel Discussion & Q&A1:20pm - 1:40pmAll Speakers & Attendees

    • 1:40pm Networking Over Coffee & Dessert1:40pm - 2:00pmSession Closes

Date & Time

14 march 2018
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST

Location

The Collaboratory

Level 6, 15 William Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

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