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ACS Wagga Wagga Regional Tech Forum: Embracing the Future of Hybrid Work in the Tech Industry

Do you live around Wagga/Riverina/Southern NSW? If you are, we invite you to join us for the ACS Wagga Wagga, 2nd Riverina region, Tech Forum on 23 March 2023 to hear from our tech SEM guest speakers who will take us to explore how we can "Embracing the Future of Hybrid Work in the Tech Industry".

Event Start: Thu 23 Mar 05:30 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Thu 23 Mar 07:00 PM AEDT


Registration End Date: Mon 20 Mar 05:00 PM

<p><img alt="2023.03.23 Wagga tech event" src=";oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1675838174000"></img><br>Do you live around Wagga/Riverina/Southern NSW? If you are, we invite you to join us for the ACS (Australian Computer Society) Wagga Wagga, 2nd Riverina region, Tech Forum on 23 March 2023.<br><br>The tech industry has been at the forefront of the shift to remote work, but with the pandemic showing work can be different, many companies are looking to embrace a hybrid model of remote and in-person work.<br><br>This guest panel discussion will explore the future of hybrid work in the tech industry, including the benefits and challenges of this new way of working and how companies and employees can effectively navigate this change.<br><br><strong>Objectives:</strong></p> <ul><li>To understand the current state and future direction of hybrid work in the tech industry.</li><li>To discuss the unique benefits and challenges of this new way of working in the tech industry.</li><li>To share best practices and strategies for effectively navigating the shift to hybrid work in the tech industry.</li></ul> <p>This presentation is ideal for tech business leaders, HR professionals, and anyone interested in learning more about the future of work in the tech industry.<br><br>You will leave the presentation with a better understanding of the future of hybrid work in the tech industry and the tools and strategies they need to effectively navigate this change. They will also have the opportunity to network with other professionals and engage in a productive conversation about the future of work in the tech industry.</p> <p>Join us for the 2nd Riverina region tech community event to hear and discuss the the Future of Hybrid Work in the Tech Industry.<br><br><strong>Please note:</strong> Online registration is required to attend this event.</p>

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Shane Geisler

Shane Geisler

Shane became the Chief Information Officer at Electro Optic Systems in May 2022, a company focused on providing solutions in the defence and space markets through advanced cloud and automation technologies. His professional experiences with companies such as Leidos and Telstra have focused largely on transforming large, complex in-house and outsourced technology functions which have greatly contributed to my current successes. In these roles, I have held accountability for the delivery and run services across highly available, secure and highly regulated technology platforms. Shane was a nominee for the 2022 Top Australian CIOs by CIO Magazine Australia. His other key strengths include leading strategic transformations of technology delivery, having driven the adoption of enterprise scale virtualisation technologies, cloud services, agile and continuous improvement practices, helping teams in crisis to restore platform stability and to deliver programmes of work faster with higher quality.

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Carl Sudholz

Carl Sudholz

Carl Sudholz is one of Australia’s leading business analysis professionals with almost 20 years of experience. He assists purpose-driven organizations in utilizing cloud software to provide sustainable online services that meet the needs of customers, employees, and the environment. As an Executive Director for the Australia Chapter of IIBA, he played a crucial role in launching the Festival of Business Analysis, Australia’s national conference for business analysts. Carl's eight years of dedicated volunteer work helped the Chapter earn the title of IIBA's Chapter of the Year in 2022, and he was also recognized with the Chapter Leadership award. He is a CBAP-certified professional and holds a Master's degree in Sustainable Practice from RMIT University in Melbourne.

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Michael Meyer

Michael Meyer

Mike Meyer is a local technologist in the Riverina who has a passion to see organisations thrive in their approaches to digital transformation. A technology leader with over 20 years of experience, Mike has worked with organisations from all walks of life including; finance, manufacturing, tech, retail, not-for-profit, and education. Currently in his first few months of a new appointment he joins MSP Photography as Head of IT (Digital).

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Siobhain Howard

Siobhain Howard

Siobhain Howard recently commenced as the Business Manager for Pyrus Event Services based in Wagga Wagga. Prior to this, Siobhain worked for the Innovation Hub at Charles Sturt University supporting the region's innovators through a number of initiatives. Siobhain has worked in higher education, innovation and entrepreneurship, community engagement and not-for-profit. Having lived and worked in regional NSW most of her life, she is passionate about supporting the regional entrepreneurial ecosystem, delivering exceptional events and building engagement through strong relationships.

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Cnr Macleay & Coleman Streets,Wagga Wagga,NSW,Australia

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  • Top Floor, Block D, TAFE
    Cnr Macleay & Coleman Streets
    Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Thu 23 Mar 05:30 PM AEDT

    Event Finish:
    Thu 23 Mar 07:00 PM AEDT
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