You are cordially invited to attend June's Networking Dinner and Seminar. This month's topic is on The Impact of Agile Transformation on existing IT Governance
by Ms Kathryn Morrison
. At the seminar, you not only get to learn about various topics related to our profession, the dinner and networking session provides a conducive environment for networking with like-minded fellow members.
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To Register, http://www.cvent.com/d/25q9fx
About the Speaker:
Ms. Kathryn Morrison is Assistant Vice President of PCCW Solutions. Under Ms. Morrison’s leadership, Delivery Operations team focuses on establishing robust supply chain processes, and enabling data driven governance and reporting in delivery. Kathryn has over 20 years of experience in leading and delivering large, complex projects as well as portfolio and project management governance methodologies across multiple industries.
She is a passionate advocate of Agile Methods and ethos and how to reconcile these with existing enterprise Governance and ways of working.
Prior to this role, Kathryn was Executive Manger IT (PMO) for the Hong Kong Jockey Club, where she established and managed the overall IT Divisional PMO, including portfolio; planning and management, quality and risk management; release management and competency evaluation & processes to support the full HKJC IT programme of work.
Kathryn has deep experience in programme delivery and governance, particularly in the Telecommunications and Banking industries. She has a Master’s degree in Project Management from RMIT University in Melbourne Australia.
If we consider it is imperative to pay attention to this so-called “agile” model for business transformation inspired by companies such as Uber, Google, and Netflix; Then the next most important thing is to analyze the impact of such consideration on company IT Governance. This talk will discuss how some companies have brave this transformation and what are the key areas one should look at to ensure the change is meeting the new digital expectations from internal and more importantly external customers; partners requirement.