The Digital Evolution

The Digital Evolution
What is digital transformation? Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how it operates and delivers value to customers. It's also a cultural change that requires organisations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with failure. Minister Bill Shorten will address AmCham members around his policies to support businesses’ shift to Digital and his plans for Digital identification for Australians to combat the wave of digital fraud. Digital transformation is imperative for all businesses, from small businesses to larger enterprises and all levels of Government. That message comes through loud and clear from seemingly every keynote, panel discussion, article, or study related to how businesses can remain competitive and relevant as the world becomes increasingly digital. What's not clear to many business leaders is what digital transformation means.  Is it just a catchy way to say moving to the cloud? What are the specific steps we need to take? Do we need to design new jobs to help us create a framework for digital transformation, or hire a consulting service? What parts of our business strategy need to change? Is it really worth it? pastevent

The Digital Evolution
The Cobbled Path to Digital Transformation










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ABOUT THE EVENT 
What is digital transformation? Digital transformation is the integration of digital technology into all areas of a business, fundamentally changing how it operates and delivers value to customers. It's also a culture change that require organsisations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with failure. Minister Bill Shorten will address AmCham members around his policies to support businesses' shift to Digital and his plans for Digital identification for Australians to combat the wave of digital fraud. Digital transformation is imperative for all businesses', from small business to larger enterprises and all levels of government . That message comes through loud and clear from seemingly every keynote, panel discussion, article or study related to how businesses can remain competitive and relevant as the world becomes increasingly digital. What's not clear to many business leaders is what digital transformation means. Is it just a catchy way to say moving to the cloud? What are the specific steps we need to take? Do we need to design new jobs to help us create framework for digital transformation, or hire a consulting service? What parts of our business strategy needs to change? Is it really worth it?

EVENT DETAILS 
Date: Thursday 12 October 
Time: 11:45 AM - 2:00 PM
Location: Adelaide Convention Centre 


PRICING 
Members: Single: $179 / Table of 10: $1790
Non-Members: $229 / Table of 10: $2290


SPEAKERS 


Hon Bill Shorten MP, Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme Minister for Government Services

Bill was born and raised in Melbourne, and graduated from Monash University in Arts and Law. Bill also has an MBA from the Melbourne Business School. Becoming involved in the Labor Party at university, Bill worked as a lawyer at the firm Maurice Blackburn Cashman after finishing his studies. Bill joined the union movement in 1994 when he began work at the Australian Workers' Union as an organiser. Passionate about getting a fair deal for Australian workers, Bill became the AWU's Victorian Secretary and then National Secretary. Bill was also a director of Australian Super before entering parliament in 2007. Bill lives in Maribyrnong with his wife, Chloe and their three children. He barracks for Collingwood in the AFL and enjoys taking part in fun runs, reading and spending time with his young family. 


Dr Marissa Bond - Chief Technology Officer, Lumination   

Dr Marissa Bond is the Chief Technology Officer at Lumination, an Adelaide-based immersive technology company revolutionising the way we teach, learn and work. Marissa leads the development of Lumination's software products, managing a team of energetic and skilled software engineers, 3D designers, UX/UI designers and IT specialists to deliver immersive, future-focused education and training solutions. From creating bespoke software to driving the direction of Lumination's platforms and apps, Marissa thrives at the intersection of emerging technologies and education. In addition to her passion for computer science and software development, Marissa is also a highly experienced STEM communicator and qualified teacher, having taught at primary, secondary and tertiary levels in multiple capacities for over 15 years. Marissa worked in STEM outreach for many years at the future-focused Tonsley Innovation District, completing her PhD where she created and evaluated software that utilised virtual people to support social skills education for children with Autism. As the recipient of the 2022 Women in Innovation Technology award, Marissa has a deep understanding of how emerging technology enables people to learn and engage. She is passionate about bringing this expertise to the platforms and experiences Lumination develops, supporting schools and workplaces to embrace cutting edge tools and shape our future.