Devising and executing a winning business strategy is harder than ever. Both aspects are vitally important. However, leaders spend more time on their strategy philosophy than how it will be executed throughout the organisation and customer interactions. Peter Drucker said: “Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work.”
Strategy execution is distinct from strategy, harder to pull off than defining a strategy, and therefore more critical to success.
The goal of this session is to reveal the factors which the speaker has found to be highly correlated to successful strategy execution, which include (but are not limited to):
WorkSafe Victoria is the state’s health and safety regulator and the manager of Victoria’s workers compensation scheme. As part of Worksafe’s Strategy, the Innovation team has been working to improve the experience of injured workers, by leveraging the adoption of new technologies. By adopting a client-centred design model, the Innovation team has supported the creation of new products and services, working in collaboration with the core business, technology providers, workers, employers, health-care practitioners and other providers. Fabio Oliveira, will present on how WorkSafe Victoria established an Innovation Centre focused on delivering outcomes to support the Transformation Program, including:
Fairfax Media (now part of Nine) and NewsCorp are two of Australia’s largest media organisations, with group interests in online and newsprint publishing, streaming video, property listings, and broadcast television production. In order to remain competitive, Australia’s media companies utilise customer data to understand their business performance, and to identify those key business improvement opportunities that deliver value. In this session John Makhoul will present how these organisations used existing customer data to kick-start their transformation efforts using simple approaches that;
· Identify compelling initiatives that deliver both customer and business benefits
· Supports the end-to-end mindset that is being advocated within the organisation.
· Provides you with permission to work across the enterprise as you follow process flows to their upstream causes.
Managing the sustainability and health of Sydney’s waterways, Sydney Waters provides 1.5 billion litres of water to Sydney every day to over 4.9 million people, and manages supply through 22,822km of water pipes, 247 reservoirs and 151 drinking water pumping stations. With this in mind, Konrad Kempe will discuss how Sydney Waters has improved their operational processes through business architecture, driving efficiency and value to the organisation and the people of Sydney.
· Understanding the link of business architecture from strategy to operational excellence.
· Learn how business architecture can uplift process management.
· Looking at the role and elements of process maturity
TAFE NSW is an Australian vocational education and training provider, which provides education and training to around 500,000 students in campus, workplace, online, or distance education methods. However, since the emergence of COVID-19 the education provider has undergone a large digital delivery transformation, transferring many of its courses to a complete digital learning offering, in order to provide re-skilling, uptake of over 100,000 new enrolments and fee-free course offerings. In this presentation, Kirsty Hosea will discuss the digitisation project along with the challenges and strategies to increase operational efficiencies and improve processes to align with the digital product delivery.
· Understand how to scale your digital offering in order to accommodate increase uptake in digital activity.
· Adjust your workforce-operating model in order to support the changes to a digital landscape.
· Optimising automation capabilities to strengthen and enhance digitalisation of product delivery.