Developing and maintaining a personal management and leadership style that focusses on the delivery of successful transformational projects is one of the hardest, but most rewarding challenges that one can face. With most studies repeatedly finding that greater than 50% of ICT projects fail to deliver on-time, or on-budget or on outcomes (or even worse, sometimes all three), how do you set about to give your transformation project the greatest chance of success?
Each and every team member involved in the delivery of services and transformation projects can influence the success (or not) of the specific service or transformation project, and the development and maintenance of a high-performing inclusive culture is not the sole responsibility of “management”.
Join Peter O’Halloran to discuss and debate how he used his background in service design and delivery to implement a transformative user-centric and highly agile approach that led to the successful delivery of a range of highly acclaimed national ICT systems serving the Australian healthcare sector. Discover how the potentially stifling governance structure of answering to nine governments can improve project execution and how you can achieve the same outcomes without navigating nine separate bureaucracies.
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|Date:||Tuesday 4 October, 2016|
|Time:||5:45pm for a 6:00pm start|
|Venue:||Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC), South Wharf|
|Speaker:||Peter O’Halloran, Chief Information Officer, ACT Health|
For more information and to register, please click here.