The 5th Annual University IT Service Strategy & Challenges conference will address the need to bring together examples of best practice from Australasia, internationally and out of sector to share knowledge, networking and practical strategies for success.
Hear insights on key issues including:
- How to align service models with business strategy
- Practical strategies to achieve service quality excellence
- Enhancing soft skills & understanding your customer
- Proactively managing information security & risk
DVCs, C-level, Directors, Managers from tertiary education with responsibility for:
- IT service
- Service delivery
- Client services/support
- Service desk
- Technology service performance
- eLearning systems
- Relationship management
- Knowledge management
Attend to learn:
- Align service models with business strategy
- Achieve service quality excellence
- Enhance soft skills & understanding your customer
- Proactively manage information security & risk
Queensland University of Technology
Chris is the Director of Information Technology Services at Queensland University of Technology, and is responsible for IT strategy, architecture, core applications and infrastructure supporting all aspects of university operations for more than 12,500 staff and 48,500 students.
He holds positions as a member on the Board of AARNet, Australia’s Education and Research Network telecommunications provider; the Board of QCIF (Queensland Cyber Infrastructure Foundation); Vice President of the Council of Australian University Directors of IT (CAUDIT) and member of the Board of Management of the Queensland University Directors of IT (QUDIT). Prior to his current role at QUT, Chris was the Director of ICT Shared Services at Monash University, and has held National and Asia Pacific leadership positions in Hewlett-Packard responsible for driving business strategy and plans, delivery of IT solutions and professional services, as well as supporting new business growth.
Tony has over 25 years’ experience in Consulting and Senior Management roles across Australia and Asia.He currently leads the Australian Division Services team, supporting our Australian Retail and Business and Private Bank (B&PB) businesses to better serve our 5 million retail customers and 500,000 business customers and is a member of the Australian Leadership Team.
Tony is responsible for leading and empowering a team of over 600 team members in key areas:
- Initiative Execution
- Business Assurance
- People Capability & Change
- Business Management
- ATM Distribution & Management
Tony is also co-leading the design and delivery of our New Ways of Working (NWOW) transformation and will become the Australia Division Transformation Lead in the NWOW operating model in early 2018.Tony joined ANZ in 2009 and has a track record in Strategy and Transformation. He led C&CB Transformation program which was responsible for building a centralised C&CB customer servicing capability.
His other roles held in ANZ include:
- Head of Business Execution C&CB
- Chief of Staff for the Group Managing Director, Commercial Banking
- President of the ANZ-Metrobank Cards Joint Venture in the Philippines, Metrobank Card Corporation
- Head of the SME Merchants with ANZ Merchant Services
- Executive Manager with ANZ Group Strategy
Before joining ANZ, Tony worked with Colonial Limited and also spent 10 years in investment banking and strategy consulting roles, including 5 years with the specialist strategy consulting group Braxton Associates (an affiliate of Deloitte).
University of Tasmania
Jeff has been the Chief Information Officer with the University of Tasmania, since March 2012.
His early career was with in Police, Health and software and he later held CIO roles at Edith Cowan and Glasgow Caledonian Universities. Jeff is a Director of the Australian Academic Research Network and is Chair of the National Advisory Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Business Degree from the Curtin University and a Masters Degree from the University of Western Australia.
In 2017, his team has won six state and national awards for their services and projects and Jeff is ranked 11th in the top 50 Australian CIO’s.
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What People Are Saying
“A rare opportunity to network with genuine peers who are willing to share their stories, warts and all!”Flinders University & Attendee at ITS in Higher Education Conference 2017
Date: 14 Jun 2018 By: Criterion Content Team
Improving the service quality across IT in universities is both a massive priority and infinitely easier said than done. There is no doubt that the industry features some truly brilliant people, working on some exceedingly clever and innovative projects. At the same time, however, the Michelin Man would be sweating in his sleep at the …
Date: 14 Jun 2018 By: Criterion Content Team
One leg of our service desk triumvirate is Luke Shaw – Team Leader of the Information Technology Service Desk at the University of Newcastle. Aside from being a really nice guy, we’ve invited Luke along to discuss some of the initiatives that Newcastle have in place and how they’ve overcome specific challenges around the training …
Date: 6 Jun 2018 By: Criterion Content Team
Every university has the occasional campfire worthy horror tale of service requests gone wrong. One of the delegates of our previous ITS in Tertiary Education conference shared the story the other day of a frustrating issue that had come to a head the previous week.“An academic service request came through with a relatively complicated software …
Date: 6 Jun 2018 By: Criterion Content Team
At the 2017 ITS in Tertiary Education conference – Russell Murphy Transformation and Deployment Manager from ServiceNSW came along and shared with the delegates the ups downs and sideways of the transition toward an omnichannel contact centre at Service NSW. Some of the key points included: Prioritising the right channels for your organisation and your customer …
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Regional Universities Network
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