New is everywhere, even in the small details of businesses. Systems and processes have shifted; tools, resources, and human capital are all anew and is constantly transforming.
How can your business and units inside your organization stay on top of all that's happening in the digital era, and how can you utilize this to your advantage?
Let's find out in
Integrating new tech, human, and digital resources for the Future of Work
With us are a forward-thinking and insightful panel:
Liz McMillan is a tenacious digital executive who has consistently created value through strategic investment and culture transformation. In her tenure as CEO of Dictionary.com, Liz orchestrated a turnaround that culminated in the sale of the company with > 2x increase in valuation in 3 years.
Prior to Dictionary.com, Liz was Senior Vice President of Corporate Development across IAC Publishing, playing a key role in several high profile acquisitions, including an acquisition of About.com, Investopedia, and PriceRunner, and global social Q&A network, Ask.fm. Liz also served as Vice President of Revenue and Analytics at Ask.com, where she overhauled Ask.com’s web analytics system, spearheaded partnership strategies, and drove all analysis of revenue and traffic performance across a 100 million-plus user base.
Brett is the General Manager Technology- Gaming Services at Tabcorp. Brett is responsible for all of the Gaming Services Technology across Tabcorp with technologists in his division across QLD, NSW & VIC.
Brett has an extensive technology background across financial services, telecommunications, insurances, travel and gambling. He is a transformational Technology leader with over 20 years experience, working with many of Australia’s largest organizations. Brett is currently involved in one of the largest merger and integrations in corporate history.
Alex is the Head of QLD & NT at Uber.
Alex leads Uber's ridesharing business across 12 cities in QLD and the NT and is passionate about increasing transport choice and economic opportunity through technology.
In this role, Alex is responsible for ensuring the Uber app offers the best possible customer experience for more than 10,000 drivers and 700,000 riders.
Since joining Uber in 2015, Alex has been instrumental in working with State and local Governments to expand the benefits of ridesharing across both major and regional cities.
Before Uber, Alex worked as a management consultant with Deloitte advising companies on strategy and operational improvement programs.