Digital Bytes - Leadership in a culture of disruption

Digital Bytes - Leadership in a culture of disruption

May 5
CEDA's Digital Bytes breakfast series 2015 welcome's Reserve Bank of Australia Chief Information Officer, Sarv Girn, as he examines the strategies needed to marry traditional leadership with the more effective leadership style required in the digital economy.


Sarv Girn, Non-Executive Director

Event overview

On the one hand, digital disruption is an opportunity of a lifetime, but on the other hand it is littered with risks. As a business leader, the challenge is to determine if the right balance has been achieved. In the fast moving world of the digital economy, it is up to an organisation’s leader to pave the way towards creating an innovative environment through demonstrating their ability to walk the talk.

CEDA NSW's Digital Bytes breakfast series 2015 welcomes the Reserve Bank of Australia's Chief Information Officer, Sarv Girn, to examine strategies needed to marry traditional leadership with the more effective leadership styles required in the digital economy.

The event will discuss:

  • The top 5 changes leaders need to make to embrace an innovative culture;
  • Understanding the importance of agile leadership in the digital economy;
  • Maximising an organisation’s human capital engagement to bring out their best and brightest ideas;
  • Importance of setting government regulation;
  • Collaboration between institutional learning and business; and
  • The understanding and incorporation of an “innovative ecosystem” in business strategy.


Meet the keynote speaker

Sarv Girn
Non-Executive Director

Supported by CEDA members

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