The Human Face of Resilience
Authority may get tasks checked off lists, but authenticity brings people together to move mountains.
The 2019-20 bushfire season tested the people and the land. At Confluence, Shane Fitzsimmons, now the Head of Resilience (NSW), spoke about the dimensions of leadership during times of crises – from the importance of empathy in bringing people together, to making quick decisions with technology. Know More
A Convergence of Simplicity and Agility
Our ideas of how work happens, how teams are built, and what constitutes culture will never be the same.
A Disruptive Force to Counter Disruption
For enterprises the world over, being resilient requires being adaptable.
At Infosys Confluence APAC 2021, we explored the trifecta of agility, technology and people as the path to cloud-powered next chapters in a post-pandemic world. The panelists: Ravi Kumar S, President, Infosys; Tessa Tierney, Product Director, Spark New Zealand and Carlos Santos, Group CIO, JG Summit, Philippines; guided by panel moderator Phil Hassey, CEO, capioIT. Know More
Infusing Humanity into a Virtual World
In a decidedly digital world, how do you keep customer interactions and experiences human?
Skyler Mattson, President of Wongdoody, Infosys’ human experience design division, explored how enterprises can journey towards human experience over a discussion with Josie Brown, CMO, Tennis Australia; Arthur Gillion, GM, Marketing, Australian Grand Prix Corporation; and Prof. Kim Marriott, Department of Human Centred Computing, Monash University. Know More
Changing Normals for Changing Times
During the pandemic, doubling down on digital was the only way for companies to stay resilient and navigate their next.
At Infosys APAC Confluence 2021, Salil Parekh, CEO & MD, Infosys, elaborated how enterprise digital journeys have changed in light of the pandemic, how speed and cost efficiency have become top priorities for clients, and what Infosys is doing to help organisations stay ahead of the curve. Know More
The Mindset That Evens the Odds
The combined result of struggle, grit and patience is greatness.
Confluence 2021 explored the grit it takes to consistently deliver game-changing results and face whatever's next.
Here's event host Melissa Doyle in conversation with two of Australia's most legendary sporting icons: cricketing great Steve Waugh and tennis Grand Slam champion Lleyton Hewitt. Know More
Reinvention Is the Only Constant
In turbulent times, there are those that haven’t just kept up with change, but thrived in it.
Nandan Nilekani, Chairman and Co-Founder, Infosys, had some answers on winning amidst disruption for attendees at Confluence.
From detailing technology’s rapid evolution in recent times to outlining the need for open mindsets, he laid out the ingredients that constitute the digital-driven recipe of resilience. Know More
A Revolution Called Simplification
The new face of government will be smart, simple and personalised.
Australia is leading the way in transforming public services: applications that are unified, interactions that are defined by intelligence, and access that is seamless – all with accelerated outcomes. This vision is being driven by Hon. Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Government Services, Australia, Minister of National Disability Insurance Scheme. Know More
Procuring the Agility to Respond
During the Australian bushfires, the Infosys and Toll teams found themselves in the midst of a challenge.
A Convergence of Cross-Functionality
By choice or by market force, convergence is inevitable. At the intersection of it all are data and digital stewards.
Governing the Technology Democracy
With ubiquity comes complexity. For the digital-age CIO, the complexity is magnified manifold.
At Confluence, Sundi Balu, Lead Partner at DigiB sought to decode some of the new rules of the enterprise technocracy. His panel of change governors and rule shapers: Debbie Taylor, CIO, NBN; Håkan Eriksson, Group CTO and Executive, Product Strategy & Innovation, Telstra; and Jonathan Gibson, CIO, Westpac Institutional Bank. Know More
Building the Connected Barricade
How do you close the doors in an open world?
APAC Confluence 2020 featured a panel of cyber defenders: Thomas Leen, CISO, BHP; Tony Baird, CTO, Vodafone NZ; and Vishal Salvi, CISO, Infosys. The moderator for this traversal of the cyberscape was Greg Adamson, Associate Professor & Enterprise Fellow Cyber Security, University of Melbourne School of Engineering. Know More
Making Collaboration Contagious
Un-learning. Re-skilling. De-centralising. The digital reality places prefixes on normals of the old enterprise way.
Claire Barber, CEO & Founder, Mattr scratched the surface of hyperproductivity at Confluence. She found three varied perspectives with Jonathon Allaway, CTO, Temasek; Prof. Mohan Krishnamoorthy, Pro Vice - Chancellor Research, University of Queensland; and Deepak Padaki, EVP - Strategy, M&A and Chief Risk Officer, Infosys. Know More
Disruption Is Just the Beginning
A question spurred John Alexander Maclean to inhabit a world without limits
A recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), John Alexander Maclean set his sights on every next, and conquered it. At Confluence, the Paralympics silver medallist took everyone inside his mind, revealing what it takes from finding your motivation to leaving your mark and never looking back. Know More
The Beats of Brilliance
Brilliance, they say, has a rhythm: whether it is data, disruption or desire.
Finding Purpose in the Crossfire
The toughest battles can shape an unbreakable will and a voice that will not be drowned out.
Unstoppable Digitization and How to Embrace the Transformation Wave
Every organisation today is grappling with the issue of wanting to create enterprise-wide digital capability, quickly.
This multi-faceted panel was made up of Suresh Sundararajan, President & Group Head - Strategic Investments & Corporate Functions at Olam International, Debbie Taylor, Chief Systems Engineering Officer (Acting), National Broadband Network, and Robert Wilson, Group CTO, Westpac Group. The session was moderated by Cyrus Daruwala, Managing Director, Financial Services and FinTech, IDC. Know More
Dynamic Learning for the Age of Digital Disruption
Learning is no longer just a competitive advantage but a competitive necessity.
Lisa Borden, Partner and Head of ANZ, ISG was the moderator of the discussion that included client speakers like Tony Baird, CTO of Vodafone, Jonathon Alloway, CTO, Temasek and industry leader Warwick Dawson, Senior Director, Education, UNSW. This panel offered the academic and enterprise perspective on how learning has evolved over time. Know More
Building an AI Powered Core to Transform and Transcend
The disruptive potential of artificial intelligence (AI) is undeniable in the digital age.
The discussion was moderated by Phil Hassey, CEO, CapioIT, and included panellists Tony Windever, Vice President and MD, Unisys Asia Pacific, Denny Kazoglou, Head of Connected Vehicle Services Business Unit, Toyota, Sharmini Sivathas, IT Director & Service Management, AMP, and Professor Glenn Wightwick, Deputy Vice-Chancellor University of Technology Sydney. Know More
Transforming the Workforce from Presence, Not Productivity to Flexibility
Enterprises that want to make digital transformation a reality must start by transforming the workforce.
A panel moderated by John Romano, Chief Product Officer, Saisei Networks shared their experiences on bringing a workforce up to speed with the digital age. The panellists included Edwin Shaw, CIO, Ausgrid, Doron Ben-Meir, VP Enterprise, University of Melbourne, Susan Doniz, CIO at Quantas Group and Mark Evans, MD of Transaction banking, ANZ. Know More
Translating Technology to Tennis and Tennis to Business
Navigating your next has quite a different meaning when it comes to the tennis court.
The tennis panel at the inaugural APAC Confluence served up a discussion about just how technology off the court is helping transform player performances on it. The panel offering a courtside view of the changing game: Ivan Lendl, Kim Clijsters and Thanasi Kokkinakis, moderated by the incomparable Pat Cash. Know More
Leadership Lessons from the Edge of the World
Imagine leading your team through months of darkness and freezing temperatures.
Rachael Robertson successfully led a year-long expedition to Davis Station, in the toughest workplace in the world – Antarctica. In this session, Rachael shared the leadership lessons she learnt and the tools of teamwork she employed to help companies move their businesses forward and navigate the future. Know More
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