In our weekly celebration celebrating the AFL season and the launch of the updated ESPNfootytips app that Seventh Beam worked on alongside Codeware and ESPN Australia, we have entered a Celebrity Tipper into the Footy Tips global competition. Each week we will be inviting various industry leaders to provide their tips for the round along with their top tip in life, and their top tip at work.
This week we asked one of customers, and man that knows tech and loves his footy:
Simon’s Top tip in Life
Balance your time between Family, Friends, Work, fitness, don’t forget yourself and have some fun!
Simon’s Top tip at Work
Stretch yourself, with every new opportunity make sure you’re either learning new skills or the experience really takes you out of your comfort zone.
Simon’s Round 9 Tips:
|Gold Coast||Port Adelaide
|West Coast Eagles||Richmond|
Simon has made a career from changing the perception of technology. Gone are the days where technology is focused on infrastructure and operational support. Instead, technology plays a critical role, facing right into a business’ front line, interacting with its customers and underpinning its growth. Which means that the job of today’s CIO is integral to success – and driving true digital transformation is critical to staying ahead.
Building a strong career foundation in digital before moving into executive leadership roles, Simon has been fortunate to have worked with some of the world’s leading financial services institutions including ANZ and Aviva. Operating successfully in a highly complex and regulated industry Simon brings expertise in governance, risk management and investment, balancing his ability to re-set organisational direction and strategy with the complex obligations of an executive and non-executive director. Since joining Sportsbet, he’s been able to fully blend his skill set across digital transformation, project management and people leadership, building a world-class software engineering capability that has ultimately facilitated exceptional top and bottom line growth for the organisation.