How Technology Helps Manage Risk (Networking Drinks)

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Date: Wednesday, 27 September 2017 to Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Address: Sydney, NSW Australia
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Total Price: $85.00
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Every day businesses and teams in our sector are exposing themselves to legal, financial and project risk by not having effective quality assurance or project governance processes in place.

 

Join us on Wednesday 27 September for an evening of networking overlooking the Royal Botanical Gardens and Sydney Harbour, and to hear how technology can help your business manage risk and unlock more opportunities for sustained growth.

 

Attendees will also hear from speakers who will be discussing their success and lessons learned along the way in implementing strategies and systems that make the most of technology and robust company-wide frameworks that drive productivity by enforcing standardisation and compliance.

 

This event will help attendees understand the importance of quality assurance and governance, learn how to devise a strategy and how best to select the right technology to aid compliance.

 

 

Event Details:

 

Wednesday 27 September

6:00pm – 8:30pm

(Registration and drinks from 5:30pm)

 

Harbour 220

Level 15, Hudson House

131 Macquarie Street

Sydney NSW 2000

 

Member $75

Government $85

Non-Member $95

(All prices include GST)

 

Drinks and cocktail food is provided

 

 

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Speakers:

 

Kareen Riley-Takos       

General Manager, Operations

Standards Australia

 

In the role of General Manager, Operations Kareen oversees the development of standards and other documents, ensuring their alignment within the existing and planned information technology infrastructure while maximising contributors' time. She manages the standards development, publishing, information technology and project office teams.

 

Since joining Standards Australia in 2009, Kareen held other leadership positions within the organisation in the national sector management and standards development teams and has represented Australia and lead delegations at both the ISO and IEC.

 

Prior to joining Standards Australia Kareen held positions with peak industry organisations where she specialised in supporting, promoting and advocating public policy interests for the Shipping and Infrastructure industries. Kareen commenced her career as an intellectual property lawyer.

 

 

Mark Cronin

Senior Executive – Design Systems & Technology

Peddle Thorp

 

Mark Cronin is a Senior Executive – Design Systems & Technology at Peddle Thorp, based in Brisbane. He leads the integration of digital design tools with a primary objective of maximizing the efficiency of Building Information Modelling (BIM) within the company and extending this knowledge into the wider industry.

 

He develops, implements, and manages design workflows, and is passionate about the management of information for commercial strategy. Mark is actively involved with several industry bodies contributing to the future of BIM in Australia and is a member of the Collaborate ANZ leadership committee, and a founding committee member of BrisBIM.

 

 

Consult Australia NSW Division Gold Sponsors

 

 

 

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