Roadshow 2022: Corporate and Shared Services

Corporate and Shared Services
Roadshow

Tuesday, 23 August – NSW | Wednesday, 24 August – VIC

Event Overview

We are now well into an era of continuous change and instability.


Budget constraints, economic recovery, and the driving imperative for public sector corporate functions to ‘do more with less’ have accentuated the demands for becoming more automated, data-driven, and intelligence-enabled decision-making hubs as a result.

With new technologies, processes, and analytic capabilities, the transformation from being a mere cost-centre to a smarter, more integrated function is fast becoming the dominant strategy for back-offices across all states of Australia and New Zealand.

2022 will continue to challenge the priorities of the public sector, forcing rapid adaptation, advancement, and the need for efficient economic response plans. So, to help optimise and further evolve your department’s corporate division, we’ve put together this state-specific gathering to provide a platform for exploring emerging technologies, techniques, and real-world case studies addressing all things related to the enormous responsibilities of the back-office.

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Benefits of Attending

Understand what is key to adaptive and continuous corporate services within the context of our fast-changing economic climate

Discuss the evolving role of the corporate professional and learn how to pivot towards a more strategic business partnership role

Hear real-world case studies showcasing how Australian government departments are embracing innovative approaches to corporate service delivery

Explore how digital technologies like automation and data can elevate your back-office to the next level

Your Inspiring Speakers

NSW – 23 AugustVIC – 24 August

Wayne Andrews,
Chief Financial Officer,
University of Sydney

Dan Bowes,
Executive Director,
Taxes and Grants,
Revenue NSW

Deirdre O’Neill,
Director,
Commercial Transactions Team,
Department of Enterprise Investment and Trade

Nicole Mullen,
Director FBP – Enabling Divisions,
Finance and Investment,
Transport for NSW

William Yan,
Chief Financial Officer,
Sydney Metro

Navaka Arachchige,
Chief Financial Officer,
Administrative Appeals Tribunal

Katherine Palmer,
Executive Director,
Strategic Balance Sheet Management,
NSW Treasury

Marija Maher,
Chief Operating Officer,
Victorian Ombudsman

Thomai Veginis,
Chief Procurement Officer,
Department of Justice and Community Safety

Peter D’Costa,
Commercial & Procurement Lead,
Service Victoria

AJ Karliner,
Chief Procurement Officer, Victoria Police

Teresa Scott,
Executive Director, Australasian Procurement and Construction Council

Key Sessions

The Corporate and Shared Services 2022 feature the latest initiatives throughout Australia and New Zealand; sharing insights via keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, and roundtable chats.

Keynote SessionsRoundtablesPanel Discussion

NSW

Accelerating Financial Change with Innovative Technology

Pivoting the Role of the Finance Professional – The New Tools Required for Lasting Economic Transformation

How The Department of Enterprise Investment and Trade is Streamlining Their Processes and Improving Reporting Agility

VIC

Leveraging Digital Technologies To Optimise Procurement Processes

Advancing Team Capabilities to Foster the Culture Shift in the Role of Procurement

Optimising Operating Models and Cutting Costs Using Digital Technologies

Enhancing Automation Of Back-Office
Processes

Key Tools and Considerations For Successfully Digitised Corprate Services

Leveraging Data and Analytics To Cut Costs and Enhance Performance

Future-Proofing Your Finance Compliance Framework For Greater Organisational Transparency

Enhancing Procurement Processes With Automation

Leveraging Data and Analytics To Better Manage Contracts and Spending

The Future CFO – Discussing Top Challenges, Priorities, and Desirable Skills

The Modern Procurement Professional – Discussing Top Challenges, Priorities, and Desirable Skill

Your Registration

Live Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives

Networking

An opportunity to engage with your peers from across the state in dedicated networking sessions, interactive roundtable discussions and meal breaks

Technology Solutions

Hear  from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services

On-Demand

Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

Your Locations

NSW

CBD Location
Details to be confirmed

VIC

CBD Location
Details to be confirmed

What Your Peers Had to Say

“A valuable source of ideas and methods used that could be applied across different agencies.”
Department of Justice

“The experience was positive and valuable and was great to hear what others are doing and problems they are having.”
Transport Safety Victoria


“Positive experience and a good opportunity to share learnings, and to understand challenges in other sectors.”
Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network


Event Partners

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