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CIO50 2018 #8: Chris Ford, SA Power Networks

​The electricity industry is going through a period of rapid change – the way the network will be used in the future is very different to the way it has ever been used in the past, says SA Power chief information officer, Chris Ford.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #10: Jason Blackman, Carsales

​Carsales’ chief information officer Jason Blackman, through the actions of one of his previous leaders, learnt one crucial lesson: to actively listen.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #3: Aidan Coleman, Charter Hall

Charter Hall CTO Aidan Coleman’s role is to build understanding around technology disruption and, to understand how it’s relevant to the business, and how it delivers better experiences for investors, tenants, and communities.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #9: Jeremy Hubbard, UBank

Customer-led integration is crucial for UBank and the financial services industry because managing money is integral to Australians’ daily lives, says UBank chief information officer, Jeremy Hubbard.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #6: Peter Auhl, City of Adelaide

Adelaide has experienced significant changes in its economy, moving from a heavy focus on manufacturing background and needed to rethink how the next chapter of its economy would play out, says CIO Peter Auhl.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #22: William Payne, Boral

In less than 12 months, Boral CIO William Payne and his team have completely transformed the approach, engagement and technical capability of the building and construction material giant’s IT function.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #26-50: Trevor Woods, Monash University

Globalisation, innovations in technology and shifting expectations are driving universities to change almost everything they do, says Monash University’s chief information officer, Trevor Woods.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #26-50: Phil Ridley, Mojo Power

The retail energy sector is an old, heavily regulated and crowded market that is biased to favour the big incumbents. Although electricity is a commodity product, end consumers bear the brunt of market limitations and inefficiencies as well as opposing state and federal government agendas, says Mojo Power’s CIO, Phil Ridley.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #26-50: Darrel van Dort, Merivale

Darrel van Dort’s biggest career lesson is a simple one: be pragmatic. When he was working at a startup with 1o people, he rapidly established some

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #1: George Hunt, Sydney Water

Sydney Water CIO George Hunt is using innovative technology to make sure that our most precious resource doesn’t go to waste.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00

CIO50 2018 #26-50: Mark Cohen, Domain

Mark Cohen recalls his early days in IT when he was asked to solve a problem with an advertising booking system.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 18 19:00
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