Monday, January 15, 2007

ICT industry in Australia, Canberra, 7 March 2007

Free seminar I have arranged with the CEO of the Australian Information Industry Association. No need to book, just turn up:

Sheryle MoonThe ICT industry in Australia
Sheryle Moon, Chief Executive Officer (Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA))

DATE: 2007-03-07
TIME: 16:00:00 - 17:00:00
LOCATION: Department of Computer Science, ANU, Seminar Room, N101, Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Building, North Road, Building 108

ABSTRACT: The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) leads the ICT industry in Australia, with almost 500 member companies that generate combined annual revenues of more than $40 billion, employ 100,000 Australians and export more than $2 billion in goods and services each year.

This talk will discuss the strategic direction of the Australian ICT industry and needed changes in public policy to accelerate business growth.

BIO: Sheryle Moon is the Chief Executive Officer of the AIIA. Sheryle has worked in the ICT sector for more than 25 years in senior leadership positions including Vice President of Computer Sciences Corporation, and a managing partner with Accenture. In 1999, she was named Australian Business Woman of the Year, and she sits on a number of Australian Government advisory boards.

Ms Moon has a Bachelor of Economics and a number of postgraduate qualifications, including a Masters of Management in Technology.
ps: My take on what to do is in my book "Net Traveller".

1 comment:

Tom Worthington said...

Sheryle has to attend an meeting, so I have rescheduled her talk for 21 March 2007.