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Fostering Stakeholder Relationships

Stakeholder relationships within multi-Disciplinary teams

Event Start: Tue 30 Apr 12:00 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 30 Apr 12:30 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Mon 29 Apr 04:30 PM

<p>In today&#39;s dynamic business environment, collaboration across diverse business units is essential in order to deliver innovative and high-quality products to market. Stakeholder relationships are vital to ensure business success and the key element is to master the art of managing multiple teams.</p> <p>Join ACS NSW and guest speaker, Darian Eckersley, Director Australian Digital Health Agency, as he shares his insights on effective strategies, best practices, and tools for managing and coordinating multiple teams throughout the product development lifecycle.</p> <p> </p> <p>Darian will discuss during his presentation:</p> <ul><li>Aligning Goals and Objectives: Design methodologies for aligning goals and objectives to customer needs and product strategy.</li><li>Implementing effective tools and technologies for remote collaboration and co-design.</li><li>Effective product design delivery in project management methodologies (Agile, Scrum, etc.)</li><li>Monitoring and evaluating product experience to inform product strategies and success.</li><li>Identifying roles and responsibilities within multiple teams.</li><li>Cultivating a culture of accountability, trust, and continuous improvement within teams and addressing obstacles and challenges.</li></ul> This event is designed for project managers, team leaders, and anyone involved in cross-functional collaboration seeking to enhance their skills in orchestrating multiple teams towards a common goal.

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Darian Eckersley

Darian Eckersley

Darian is a highly experienced and dedicated leader of cross-functional product design teams, specialising in design leadership, design strategy, service design, user experience design, design research and user interface design.


Currently playing a pivotal role in ensuring that customers are at the heart of Australia’s National Digital Health Strategy. Leading strategic design, service design, and product design initiatives, which actively shapes the future of the digital health environment through best practice design and co-design with consumers and clinicians.


With 20 years of design and leadership experience, Darian brings a wealth of expertise to this role. Having previously led cross-functional design teams at Fairfax Media and Yahoo7, delivering industry-leading products and services, Darian has successfully advocated for the benefits of Human-Centered Design approaches in achieving results when designing solutions within complex ecosystems.


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