One of the key themes at IBRS is the workforce of the future and workforce transformation. Organisations are grappling with how they transform their workforce and what role technologys play in the next iteration of the future workplace.
Over the past 24 months, Dr Joe Sweeney has interviewed over 200 C-suite executives from Australian organisations, facilitated peer discussions at over 14 executive roundtables and has presented at many conferences on this topic.
As an attendee of Digital Edge, we would like to extend an invitation to run a complimentary 90 minute whiteboard session for your organisation on the workforce transformation, and the future work. This invitation is limited to the first 15 to register below.
Who should attend?
Why is IBRS offering this?
1. We want to help you and your team gain an understanding of where technology and the workforce is heading, including
what are the critical technologies that are driving change?
how to develop a digital culture?
how will ICT roles change in the next decade?
what is the impact on organisational structures of digital workspace and deep collaboration?
2. We are genuinely interested in what Australian organisations are doing in this space
3. We want to give back to those who have participated in our research
4. We want to highlight the capability of IBRS and how we can offer practical advice
We hope that you take up this offer. IBRS would welcome the opportunity to guide and advise you in this complicated and evolving topic.
James Turner is the founder of CISO Lens and has specialised as a security industry analyst and advisor since 2005. James is IBRS alumni and was an advisor for IBRS from 2007-2018, and now facilitates the CIO Cyber & Risk Network on behalf of IBRS. James gathers, curates and disseminates information that is of strategic importance to the cyber risk management of Australia and New Zealand’s largest organisations. James publishes the CISO Lens Benchmark, an annual report providing independent, local and current data on budgets, team sizes and security functions and strategy. James also writes opinion pieces on strategic cyber matters for The Australian Financial Review.