Sydney Branch Webinar: Maturing the Information Economy | 20 April 2021

Start Date
20 April 2021
End Date
20 April 2021
Start Time
6.00 PM (AEST)
End Time
7:00 PM (AEST)
Venue
Online
Contact Name
DAMA Administration
Contact Phone
02 9160 8196
Contact Email
admin@dama.org.au
Max. Attendees
400
Who Can Register?
Anyone

Do we really understand the world we've created? Trading of information is fundamentally different to producing and trading goods or even services.


Sydney Branch Webinar: Maturing the Information Economy | 20 April 2021


ABSTRACT:
We have gone from buying phones to data plans, from razor blades to shaving services and increasingly from groceries to meals delivered on demand – all of which are part of the information economy. Do we really understand the world we've created? Despite the language we use, the production and trading of information is fundamentally different to producing and trading goods or even services. Taking another look is timely as we seek to benefit from the digital muscles developed during the pandemic to mature our still nascent information and digital economy for the benefit of all.

PRESENTER:
Robert Hillard, Chief Transformation Officer at Deloitte Asia Pacific

LINKEDIN LINK:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/roberthillard/

Robert Hillard is widely recognised as a leading thinker in relation to the information economy. His many years of experience as an innovator and leader in consulting in Australia and overseas has seen him play a leading role in the technology profession with a particular focus on information. He has held many eminent roles including leading Deloitte Consulting in Australia, serving on Deloitte’s global board (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited), serving as Chair of the Australian Information Industry Association and being appointed to the Digital Expert Advisory Committee advising the Prime Minister & Cabinet in Australia.

Robert has also been involved in many public forums and presentations related to the information economy. Some of his writings include:

  • Authoring Information-Driven Business (Wiley 2010),

  • Co-authoring Information Development using MIKE2.0 (Motion 2013).

His contributions to the Australian technology industry were recognised in late 2014 with his admission as a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society.

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Please note that registrations for this event will close at 5.00 PM (AEST) on Monday, 19 April 2021. The dial-in details for this meeting will be provided to all delegates on the same day as the event.