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Digital Transformation Executive Masterclass

This masterclass aims to provide insights into how you can ensure your workplace or organisation successfully transitions into the digital age.

Registration End Date: Tue, 13 Mar, 09:30 AM

  • where

  • Christies Conference Centre - Endeavour 1 Room
    320 Adelaide St
    Brisbane QLD 4000
  • when

  • Event Start: Wed, 14 Mar, 08:00 AM
    Event Finish: Wed, 14 Mar, 10:30 AM
  • event price

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As part of the ACS Qld Executive Leadership Series, we are pleased to provide our Executive level members an exclusive workshop on the topic of <i>Digital Transformation Strategy </i>with ACS Fellow and highly regarded Dr NIck Tate FACS.<br><br>After completing this workshop, you will:<br>•    Understand the disruption that is driving Digital Transformation<br>•    Understand the context and resources that are needed for Digital Transformations<br>•    Gain an understanding of the steps that are needed for a successful Digital Transformation<br><br>This workshop is suitable for ACS members who have roles in upper management (directors, business owners, heads of department) to C Suite.  This event is NOT suitable for student members!​<br><br><u>Schedule</u><br>0730-0800: Registration &amp; networking<br>0800-0915: Workshop<br>0915-0945: Morning tea &amp; networking<br>0945-1030: Workshop<br>1030 END

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1.    Filming or streaming on personal devices is not permitted at any event. If attendee is found to be filming or live streaming, whether for personal use or to a social media platform, they will be ejected from the event immediately. Further action may be taken.
2.    Confirmation will be emailed to the attendee with a QR code attached. This confirmation of registration email (QR code included), must be brought to the event and scanned on the day. 
3.    Cancellations must be processed through the ACS website. A refund will only be processed if cancellation is done minimum 5 business days prior to the event.
4.    Attendees must ensure payment for your booking(s) (if required) is received before the registration closing date.
5.    ACS reserves the right to change the program at any time if required. Every effort will be made to ensure a program of equivalent standard is offered. Members will be updated of any changes via email.
6.    All dietary requirements are considered and catered for to the best of ACS’ abilities, however we cannot guarantee a 100% allergen free environment.
7.    ACS reserves the right to prohibit entry of any person to an ACS event, or eject any person from an ACS event based on behaviour deemed inappropriate by ACS staff and/or its agents and others working under its authority.
8.    ACS member registration rates are not transferable to non-ACS members. By selecting a member registration rate, it is agreed that the registrant is a current financial member of ACS and that the registration is made in the ACS member's name only. A breach of this may result in a cancellation of an event registration and/or ACS membership.
9.    By attending an event, attendees agree to follow all policies, procedures, rules and requests made by venue and its staff.
10.  Attendees who arrive late or leave early will not receive any CPD points.​

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Nicholas John Alexander Tate

Nicholas John Alexander Tate

Dr Nick Tate is an experienced senior executive, with a strong background in Information Technology (IT) and Cybersecurity. He is a CEO and Company Director and has considerable experience at the level of CIO. He is co-author of “A Director’s Guide to Governing Information Technology and Cybersecurity”, a book published by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).

Nick is Managing Director and CEO of Haroldton Associates, Principal Consultant at BCI Technology and has 18 years’ experience as a Company Director in 11 Australian and 2 US companies. He has a PhD in Cybersecurity and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland (UQ).

Nick has over 40 years’ experience in the field of IT including 16 years as a CIO/Head of IT at two London banks and at UQ. He holds voluntary positions as President of the South-East Asia Regional Computer Consortium (SEARCC), National Vice President of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), Chair of the Council of ICT Associations (CICTA) and Immediate Past Chair of ACS Queensland.

He is a faculty member of the African Leadership Institute and chaired the World Computer Congress in 2010. He was National President of the (ACS) in 2012/2013.

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