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Business Aspect Newsletter Nov 2016
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November 2016

As 2016 draws to a close we are naturally looking at what is on the agenda for 2017.  What is apparent is that the business environment most of us are operating in will change faster than ever and the CIO's leadership is critical to an organistions ability to succesfully anticipate and respond to emerging trends.

Business Aspect attended Gartner's recent symposium in the Gold Coast where a number of trends dominated the conversation.  In our lead article Managing Partner David Lennon shares his thoughts on the trends that will be next big disruptors for our clients.

Business Aspect Partner for CIO Advisory, Carsten Larsen, has had several blogs published in CIO.com.au recently about his new approach to ICT Strategy.  If you missed them please check out his paper on understanding the three pillars of ICT Strategy below. Plus learn more about our award winning projects (Department of Enviroment and Heritage Protection) and staff (Robyn Bailey).   

Content:
Reflections from the Gartner Symposium
Our Managing Partner David Lennon recently attended Gartner's Symposium - Australia's largest gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives. Here he shares his  key takeaways from the event.
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Who is driving your ICT Strategy?
Typically we find it is dominated by end users demand for specific technology solutions, which the IT team is then expected to deliver. Business Aspect have developed a new approach to re-balancing the three pillars of ICT Strategy.
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Case Study: Qld Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP)
Learn how this QLD department created a proactive online environment to engage with customers and partners and why it was awarded Best Improvement Project in this years Process Improvement Awards.
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An extraordinary information security professional
Shortlisted for the Women in ICT Awards (announced Nov 25th) and a diversity honouree  in the The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) Awards.
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An Interview with Wayne Tucker
Meet our business process improvement champion!
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An Interview with Janet Brimson
In this interview we get a glimpse into Janet's varied career, and hear how it has shaped her approach to business transformation consulting.
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A Comparison of Maturity Assessment Models
This article provides a practical reference point in the form of a side-by-side comparison of the more commonly used maturity frameworks. In total, six maturity frameworks have been compared:
  1. CobiT/CMMI/ITIL
  2. IT-CMF
  3. Microsoft
  4. Gartner
  5. Deloitte
  6. NSW Government
Project Management Day of Service QLD
Steve Bolland and Steve Sherwood manned the Genius Bar at PMI’s QLD Day of Service event to help charities and NFPs with their ICT Strategy and Cloud questions. It was a great day and we look forward to attending the next one.
Scrubbing in with the Westmead hospital transplant team
Westmead Hospital's team were short of a few rowers for a charity 3km row to raise awareness for organ donation in Australia. Well done to Karen Scott Davie and her husband who were happy to step in at the last minute. 
Noosa Triathlon for Soldier On
Derek Voller completed his first full triathlon in a respectable 3 hours and 11 minutes raising more than $1,000 for Soldier On, a charity that supports Australian men and women who have been wounded while serving their country. Fantastic effort!
Testing the boundaries of brain and body
David Lennon and Steve Bolland completed The Great Adventure Challenge for Starlight Children's Foundation Australia. The team covered mountain biking, trail running, kayaking and coasteering, and were confronted with mystery tasks, great achievement guys!
We hope you have enjoyed this edition of the Business Aspect newsletter.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information on any of the topics contained in this newsletter and remember to follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter to receive more regular updates.

Kind Regards,
The Business Aspect Team
www.businessaspect.com.au 
(07) 3831 7600

Brisbane / Sydney / Canberra / Melbourne / Hobart / Adelaide / Perth

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