We invite you to join our 3rd annual TBM Australian Summit to 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 optimize costs, rationalise application portfolios, accelerate service management, and execute cloud-first strategies. But most importantly, TBM has helped hundreds of CIOs improve and communicate value to their business partners.
Led by distinguished IT leaders, the TBM Australian Summit provides an unprecedented opportunity to learn from excutive peers who have successfully driven innovation, transformation and significant business outcomes with TBM.
- 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
Our TBM Australian Summit 2016 agenda will include some of the most forward-thinking IT leaders in the world, coming together to explore today’s technology and business imperatives, and openly sharing how they are managing and transforming IT within their organisations with TBM.
Imagine a brain trust of IT’s sharpest minds from world-leading organisations, all gathered together to discuss strategies that further technology-business alignment. That vision defines the TBM Australian Summit.
- Brian Adams, TBM Council Board Member, TBM Australian Summit Emcee
- Zahid Arain, TBM Executive, Next Gen Infra Services, Group IT, Transport for NSW
- Christopher G. Burger, Head of Technology & Innovation and Office of Etihad Aviation Group CITO, Etihad Airways
- Larry Morrissey, Finance Bus. Partner Corp. & Qantas Grp Shared Srvcs., Qantas Airways
- Faraaj Qureshi, GM, Technology Business Management Office, Telstra
- Todd Tucker, General Manager & Author, TBM Council
- Pete Wilson, Global Business Solutions Director, WorleyParsons Limited
Friday, 9th September
An example agenda is below. Speakers, session topics, and final agenda timing will be posted in the coming weeks. View the 2015 TBM Australian Summit agenda as an example of the forward-thinking sessions this conference delivers.
For questions, please contact Nicole Reiner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|8:30 - 9:30||Registration Opens|
|9:30 - 9:45||TBM Summit Welcome|
|9:45 - 10:30||Value Creation by the Numbers: Technology Business Management in Australia
Technology Business Management (TBM) has been adopted by over 40% of the Fortune 100 along with hundreds of other private companies and public sector agencies. The reason is simple: technology resources --- skilled people, budgets and time --- are in short supply but the business demand for them appears infinite. In this panel discussion, executives heading TBM at a few of Australia’s leading private and public sector enterprises will share how TBM helps Australian companies balance the cost, consumption and value of IT and discuss the lessons they’ve learned in improving maturity and accountability.
|10:30 - 10:45||Networking Break|
|10:45 - 11:45||The Four Value Conversations You Should Be Having
Todd Tucker, General Manager & Author, TBM Council
Over the last three years, TBM Council General Manager Todd Tucker has had hundreds of interviews with CIOs, CTOs, CFOs and other business- and tech-savvy leaders from Fortune 500 companies to medium-sized enterprises to government agencies. These interviews and other research were the basis for his book on Technology Business Management. In researching and writing, Mr. Tucker discovered an important truth: the most effective CIOs are good at constructing value conversations between their own people and with their executive business partners. These leaders have moved beyond questions like “What do we get for all that money we spend on IT?” to fact-based tradeoffs for improving business value. In this discussion, Mr. Tucker will share his insights about these conversations and why transparency is essential to having them.
Key session discussion topics:
|11:45 - 12:30||Driving Value Across a Global Partnership
Christopher G. Burger, Head of Technology & Innovation and Office of Etihad Aviation Group CITO, Etihad Airways
The Technology and Innovation office at Etihad Airways has a mission to provide an exceptional experience for their 114 million guests, while sharing their best technology with more than 73k employees. Join Christopher Burger as he shares why Technology Business Management (TBM) is at the core of their mission, creating cross department collaboration that drives innovation, digitisation, and a world-class infrastructure by increasing transparency and reducing costs.
|12:30 - 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 14:00||TBM Council Technical Advisor Session & Demo|
|14:00 - 14:45||Costs, Collaboration and the TBM Team
Faraaj Qureshi GM, TBM Office, IT Solutions Telstra
Todd Tucker, General Manager & Author, TBM Council
From the stage of the TBM Australian Summit, Faraaj Qureshi and Todd Tucker discuss the elements of success which are core to the Technology Business Management (TBM) journey at Australia’s largest telecommunications and media company. In this candid discussion, hear the “good, better, best” approach driving Telstra’s economic model for technology investments, enabling their team to close communication gaps, create a true view of their costs, and continue forward with improved decision-making.
|14:45 - 15:30||Driving Insights with TBM – Now
Pete Wilson, Former Global Business Solutions Director, WorleyParsons
Showing the true costs of this 40 year old engineering company’s business-technology investments is no small task. With Technology Business Management (TBM), the WorleyParsons team is driving “InsightNow” for their more than 25k employees. Insights which provide a cost model that enables conversations to drive better business decisions and optimize both business and technology investments, thereby improving business value for their overall organization.
|15:30 - 15:45||Wrap Up & Prize Draw|
Note: Agenda is subject to change and will be updated in the coming weeks
The TBM Council was established in 2012 as an independent nonprofit by 15 of the most progressive CIOs in the IT industry. The mission of the TBM Council is to advance the profession of IT globally by creating a platform for collaboration, advancing education, and setting unified standards that allow CIOs to better manage the business of IT. Fundamentally, the TBM Council empowers IT leaders to strategically invest in technology, improve communication with their business partners, and ultimately leverage technology to foster innovation.
We now count more than 2,500 senior business and technology leaders as members globally, with countless more joining daily. Our purpose is to collaborate on new standards and best practices for measuring, improving, and communicating the value of IT, and events like our TBM Australian Summit enables us to do just that.
For more details about the TBM Australian Summit, or about membership in the TBM Council, please contact Eileen Wade at email@example.com.
For more information and to become a member of the TBM Council, go to TBMCouncil.org.
Sheraton on the Park
The Australian TBM Summit 2016 will be held at Sheraton on the Park. Located in the heart of Sydney's retail and business district, this luxurious hotel offers magnificent views over Hyde Park and its elegant surroundings. Everything the city has to offer is right at your doorstep.
Sheraton on the Park
The Australian TBM Summit 2016 will be held at Sheraton on the Park. Located in the heart of Sydney's retail and business district, this luxurious hotel offers magnificent views over Hyde Park and its elegant surroundings. Everything the city has to offer is right at your doorstep.More Info: http://www.sheratonontheparksydney.com/
The Australian TBM Summit is an outstanding chance for executives and senior IT leaders from Australia’s premier organisations to gather, network and share TBM knowledge and best practices.
The Australian TBM Summit is also an exceptional opportunity for your organisation to engage these decision-makers through sponsorship. Summit sponsors receive many benefits while elevating awareness of their brand among key executives.
If you would like to learn how your organization can sponsor the TBM Australian Summit and collaborate with this group of IT leaders, please Eileen Wade at firstname.lastname@example.org