Drive Business Value in the Digital Economy

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SYDNEY

13 September 2017 | Sheraton on the Park

 

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TBM Australian Summit 2017

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We invite you to join our 4th annual TBM Australian Summit.

Engage with more than 100 IT executives for a one day event focused on C-suite alignment and transformational strategies, shared by distinguished IT leaders from Australia’s premier organisations.

 

TBM is both pragmatic and transformational. Its disciplines – such as cost transparency, benchmarking and planning – have helped CIOs optimise costs, rationalise application portfolios, drive digital transformation, and execute cloud-first strategies. But most importantly, TBM has helped hundreds of CIOs improve and communicate the value of IT to their business partners.

 

Led by distinguished IT leaders, the TBM Australian Summit provides an unprecedented opportunity to learn from executive peers who have successfully driven innovation, transformation and significant business outcomes with TBM.

 

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Reasons to Attend

This is an exclusive executive event dedicated to managing the business of IT and will provide a unique opportunity to enjoy insightful keynotes and panel discussions that share how TBM enables you to:

 

  • Communicate the business value of investments
  • Align with the financial and business goals of your company
  • Optimise through fact-based tradeoffs of cost, capacity, and risk
  • Transform IT into an agile and efficient contributor to business value
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Who Attends the TBM Australian Summit?

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C-Level Executives

CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, and SVPs of IT and Finance will find candid presentations that share how TBM drives business value and promotes technology leadership and partnership across an organization.

  • Collaborate and network with other CIOs
  • Attend executive led panel discussions and keynotes
  • Gain strategic learnings
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Senior IT Leaders

TBM office leaders; VP of Infrastructure, Sr. Director, Technology Controller, and Director level IT professionals will continue to find high value in the best practices and practical lessons.

  • Attend best practice workshop and panels led by TBM experts
  • Attend deep-dive sessions about the discipline of TBM
  • Gain tactical tools
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Eligibility

This TBM Australian Summit is designed for CIOs, CTOs, CFOs and other IT and Finance executives. Registration will be approved for TBM Council General or Principal members, and for individuals who meet TBM Council General Membership qualifications. Sales, marketing, consultants or business development executives are eligible to attend the TBM Australian Summit only through sponsorship. The TBM Council reserves the right to review your event registration and reject your participation if you do not qualify. 

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

TBM Summit Welcome and Introduction
9:45am - 10:15am
Speaker:
Ramón Baez , Former SVP, Customer Evangelist & Advocate , Hewlett-Packard

Introducing the Technology Business Management movement: from 5 founding members to more than 3500 members in 5 years. Learn how this non-profit organisation and its work in defining IT financial standards can drive improved transparency and cost savings for IT departments.

Lessons Learned Along a TBM Journey
10:15am - 11:15am
Speaker:
Kim Manigault, EVP - CFO, Tech. & Ops., KeyBank

KeyBank is a 190-year-old banking institution, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. It is one of the largest bank-based financial services companies in America, serving 15 states via a regional network of more than 1,200 branches, and over 1,500 ATMs.

In 2015 KeyBank began its journey into Technology Business Management (TBM) and started to experience the power of managing IT costs through a transparent view. In this candid conversation, Kim Manigault shares the lessons her team learned, provide fact-based guidance on their approach and demonstrate how they went  live in less than 100 days to instantly achieve positive results. 

Break - Peer Networking and Refreshments
11:15am - 11:30am
It’s About Re-Writing Your Company
11:30am - 12:15pm
Speaker:
Paul Chapman, CIO, Box

The world is digital. Business is digital. So how can companies drive value in the new digital economy? And what is the role of the CIO in driving this change? This highly visual presentation probes for the answers to the challenges facing organisations in the new economy.

Lunch
12:15pm - 1:15pm
Manage IT like the CEO of Your Business
1:15pm - 2:00pm
Speaker:
Craig Wishart, CIO, KPMG Australia

While the business demands on today’s CIOs are greater than ever, so is the potential for delivering value. In his diverse career, Craig Wishart has served in CIO, CTO, and General Manager positions, often serving both internal and external clients and owning P&L responsibilities. Consequently, he understands the opportunities for modern CIOs to not only provide effective IT-enabled services to the business but to also help the business innovate its offerings and deliver new sources of revenue. In this presentation, Wishart will share his three precepts for modern CIOs, the influence of the “FANG effect” and the most important role of a CIO today: communication. Wishart will also share his lessons learned from implementing TBM at two of companies 

Order from Chaos: Finding Hidden Sources of Value with TBM
2:00pm - 2:45pm
Speaker:
Pete Wilson, Vice President Customer Success – APAC, Apptio

We’ve all heard that one of the main benefits of implementing TBM is being able to gain efficiencies through acquiring new insights on the true state of IT costs and devices. But what does this mean in practice? And what sorts of insights can be found?  Using his experience as a Global CTO implementing TBM as part of a global transformation program for Australian organizations, Pete Wilson will talk through some of the steps of actionable insights he’s been able to gain through embracing TBM.

Break - Peer Networking and Refreshments
2:45pm - 3:00pm
Standards for Managing the Business of IT
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Speaker:
Steve Hall, President, ANZ, ISG
Todd Tucker, Author & VP, Research, Standards & Education, TBM Council

A core mandate of the TBM Council is to create business standards and best practices for improving corporate outcomes. Key among these are the TBM Taxonomy, a standard, hierarchical set of categories for costs and other metrics, which is developed and maintained by the Council’s standards committee. In this fireside chat, Todd Tucker (VP of Standards, Education and Research for the TBM Council) will sit down with Steve Hall (President, ANZ for ISG, a TBM Council Alliance Partner) to discuss the standards and best practices that are available to you and how to put them to work. They will also share a brief history of the TBM Taxonomy and the Council’s current work on value metrics, and how they enable meaningful transparency, benchmarking and decision making.

Reflection of a CIO Leader
3:30pm - 4:15pm
Speaker:
Ramón Baez , Former SVP, Customer Evangelist & Advocate , Hewlett-Packard

Ramón Baez’s vast career experience spans across various boards and global Fortune 100 companies. Prior to joining Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Ramón served as the Global CIO for HP. He also served as VP of information technology services and CIO of Kimberly-Clark, where he was responsible for leading the company’s enterprise-wide information systems initiatives. Before Kimberly-Clark, Ramón served in CIO roles for Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. and Honeywell’s Automation and Control Solution group. He began his career at Northrop Grumman, where he spent 25 years and finished as CIO for the company’s electronics systems sensor sector.

Ramón speaks about the importance of CIOs in developing a flexible, innovative culture and hiring the right people for success. He shares his vast experience as a Global CIO that proves it is only though collaboration that IT professionals and other leaders will ultimately improve business outcomes.

Concluding Comments and Prize Drawing
4:15pm - 4:30pm
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