FinPro Conference 2017 comes to an end!October 23, 2017
Mantra Lorne shone as delegates and sponsors arrived last Wednesday. It was difficult not to go straight to the beach – but thankfully our delegates chose to take part in the Regional Collaboration Groups, then hear insights from Eyal Halamish from OurSay and Andrew Green from LinkedIn before enjoying the sunshine.
The conference was a great success with over 215 delegates, 20 speakers and 21 sponsor organisations all contributing to the theme of ‘Leading Transformation: Innovate Inegrate Motivate.
Thank-you to all concerned for your participation in this wonderful event.
Copies of the following presentations are now available for your perusal:
Communication value of Local Government today – Eyal Halamish, OurSay – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of this presentation
Winds of Change sweeping Local Government – Alan Hansell, IBRS FinPro 2017 – Alan Hansell, IBRS – Presentation ‘Winds of Change sweeping Local Government’ FinPro 2017 – Alan Hansell, IBRS – sample framework
The Changing role of the CFO – Adrian Clerici, Pitcher Partners FinPro 2017 – Adrian Clerici, Pitcher Partners – CFO of the Future
Understanding Motivation and Working with your strengths – Sabina Read – FinPro – Sabina Read – Understanding motivation
Innovation by Numbers – Heath Brown – Commonwealth Bank of Australia FinPro 2017 – Heath Brown CBA – Innovatio by numbers
Digital Transformation – Surf Coast Shire – John Brockway FinPro Conference 2017 – Digital Strategy – Surf Coast Shire
“Show me the data’ – Data as a foundation to financial sustainability – Angelo Saridis, Latrobe City Council FinPro 2017 – Presentation Angelo Saridis, Latrobe City Council
The moment of change is the moment of opportunity – Andrew Murray, Curve Securities FinPro 2017 – Andrew Murray, Curve Securities
VAGO update – Andrew Greaves FinPro Conference 2017 – Andrew Greaves – VAGO presentation
As other presentations become available they will be shared on this page.