8 September, 2022 | Hyatt Regency, Sydney

Prioritisation & The Enablement Value of Technology

Collaborate and learn with 130 CIOs and IT leaders responsible for delivering on the technology strategy for 1/4 of Australia’s GDP.

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We face increasing global uncertainty, inflation and local economic headwinds.

It has never been as important to show the enablement value of technology and how the CIO can help to protect against margin risk. How can you ensure that technology strategy will help your organisation lead the field?

Our Speakers

Harness the collective intelligence of the world’s foremost thought leaders to learn best practices and be inspired.

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Raoul Moffitt
Group CIO at Macquarie Group

Justin Raoul Moffitt

Group CIO at Macquarie Group


Justin is Group CIO of Macquarie Group, a global financial services organisation and Top 10 Australian company with more than 18,000 employees operating in 33 markets around the world.

Justin is a dynamic, business-facing technology leader with more than 25 years’ experience in Technology and Financial Services. His experience has included the leadership of global teams across technology and operations, the successful delivery of a wide portfolio of business projects, responding to regulatory change, entry into new markets, ecommerce and the delivery of major global technology transformations.

Prior to joining Macquarie Group in 2016 , Justin spent nearly 20 years at Barclays where he held various leadership roles, including; Asia Pacific CIO, Head of Operations Services and Technology, Head of Commodities Technology and Head of Equities Technology.

Over the past six years he has driven a significant program of transformation and change. Through long term investment in leadership, building capability and technology, the team are accelerating the digital enterprise towards a better future for Macquarie’s customers, employees and communities. Justin will share his key insights and learnings.

MIT Senior Research Scientist, MIT CISR Chairman emeritus & ADAPT Research Advisor

Peter Weill

MIT Senior Research Scientist, MIT CISR Chairman emeritus & ADAPT Research Advisor


Peter Weill’s work centers on the role, value, and governance of digitization in enterprises. Weill joined the MIT Sloan faculty in 2000 to become director of MIT Sloan’s Center for Information Systems Research (CISR). MIT CISR is funded by approximately 100 corporate sponsors and patrons, and undertakes practical research on how firms generate business value from Information Technology (IT). As chair, Weill focuses on globalizing the center’s research and delivery. In 2008, Ziff Davis recognized Weill as #24 of The Top 100 Most Influential People in IT, the highest-ranked academic. In Dec 2019, his 2015 MIT SMR article Thriving in an Increasingly Digital Era was recognized as one of The Best 10 SMR Articles in the 2010s.

Peter has worked on digitization issues with the Executive Committees and Boards of more than 40 companies globally. He conducts workshops for key conferences, including the CEO Summits for Microsoft, IBM, and SAP, and the International Monetary Conference.

CIO Business Technology at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Healthcare

Stephanie Chung

CIO Business Technology at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Healthcare


Stephanie is passionate about:

– Collaborating – actively removes silos and connects people
– Creating – encourages creativity and shifting from status quo
– Changing – is a future seeker, bringing change in the business and social justice arena
– Communicating – motivating people in the public arena and at an individual level

Her career experience encompasses senior technology leadership, corporate and IT consulting, business analysis, project management and marketing. She has built upon a proven track record in solution delivery, an efficient and focused approach, and the capability to tie together business, technology and the end customer. She has worked across media, finance, real estate, construction, retail, tourism and government industries including CBRE, Foxtel, Fairfax, Channel 7, Lend Lease, CBA, NAB, and Creative Holidays.

Manager Finance Transformation at BlueScope Steel

Stephannie Jonovska

Manager Finance Transformation at BlueScope Steel


A high-energy leader with exceptional integrity, Stephannie is known for her drive and commitment to achieving commercial outcomes through effective people and stakeholder leadership. With over 25 years’ experience in manufacturing and solutions across finance, procurement, business improvement and transformation, she has built a leadership reputation for actively and successfully disrupting the status quo.

In her current position as Manager Finance Transformation for BlueScope Australian Steel Products, Stephannie is creating the finance function of the future by leveraging data and technology, optimising core business processes and systems and ensuring capability meets current and future needs. She is extremely passionate about being a culture maker not a culture taker.

Stephannie hold several directorships in the Not for Profit sector and is currently on the Board of Peoplecare Health Insurance, and Chair the People and Culture Committee. She also chairs the CPA Australia Digital Transformation Centre of Excellence.

Her professional professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Commerce, UNSW.  She is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of CPA Australia.

Connecting the Region’s
Top CIOs and IT leaders

CIO Edge is an invitation-only conference that brings together technology executives from the region’s most influential Enterprise and Government organisations, including:

CIO Edge gathers leading Technology and IT stakeholders for an interactive day.

Hear from the experts, draw upon the collective intelligence of our region’s top CIOs, and learn the next steps from others on similar journeys.

With complete health and safety compliance, we are finally able to meet again face-to-face to share war stories, validate and compare lockdown and distributed workforce strategies.

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Why you should be here

Peer Introductions

Increase your own ability via a network of trusted connections by meeting with expert stakeholders and calibre peers. Every delegate must qualify to join the community.

Personalised Agenda

Self select your path through your choice of keynotes, panels, roundtables and workshops, perfectly aligning our content with your tactical and strategic needs.

Practical Insights

Global speakers ahead of you on the journey equip you with their learned experience, giving you the competence and tools you need.

Debating Critical Themes

01 Prioritisation

Ensuring the efficient supply of IT across the organisation relies on managing perceptions and more effective prioritisation. How best to allocate resources and communicate change? Moving to product operating models not projects.

02 Taming Technical Debt

As companies modernise their IT, a hidden peril is undermining their efforts: technical debt. Discover how to manage lifetime costs, release the apps and return to speed by diagnosing and measuring tech debt – and the role of the CIO.

03 Macquarie Group Case Study

Delivering on the capabilities of your team, driving innovative data-driven solutions to better serve the evolving needs your business and and clients. Learn the best practice methodologies from Macquarie Group’s CIO Justin Raoul Moffitt.

04 The Enablement Value of Technology

The modern CIO must lead and ensure resources by communicating the enablement value of Technology. How can you fulfil this role? Can the CIO ensure margin resilience through technology?

05 In conversation with The Hon. Victor Dominello, MP

How do we prepare today so we are ready for the tech-tonic shifts of tomorrow? What does the Digital Wallet mean for local opportunities and the CIO community?

06 How Do You Spend Your Time?

Time is probably our most precious and non-renewable resource. How do the CIOs of top performing companies spend their time? How do you compare?

07 The Modern CIO

Codifying lessons learned to bring practical ideas to empower our local technology and business leaders to become the CIO that today’s world demands.

Well curated and executed. The presentations, partner meetings and roundtables are unique to the Edge event series and keeps me coming back. A solid investment of my most precious resource: time. Head of Group Technology at Charter Hall The content is exactly what we need: an insight into how other organisations have been successful, as well as the challenges they faced. National Head Enterprise Applications at Australian Catholic University The opportunity to collaborate with industry peers is surpassed only by the high quality of the presentations and research. Acting CEO at CeNET - Catholic Education Network CIO Edge is well put together with tailored, relevant content to help validate my thinking and benchmark current trends alongside my industry peers. Head of Corporate Technology Customer Success at Flight Centre Excellent event with current topics explored by industry experts and augmented by specific Australian based research. Head of IT Services at MinterEllison You gain exclusive access to global SMEs, key opinion leaders and research with local insights covering multiple size organizations that contribute to 1/4 of Australia GDP. A solid representation of Australia situation. Head of ICT at Terumo This is the premier event for CIO professionals. Head of Information Services at Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Parramatta

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