Julian Lim

Client Principal, ThoughtWorks

Sponsored by ThoughtWorks

Fireside Chat – Transforming an enterprise – with Mark Angrish

Eighteen months ago, ANZ Bank announced a bold plan of change for its Technology division and Australia business to adopt New Ways of Working (NWOW), inspired by the Agile, lean and DevOps movements. Early on, it became apparent that engineering would be one of the corner pieces of this transformation puzzle. Bringing the ‘dev’ closer to the ‘ops’ through early adoption of Agile across engineering teams unlocked ANZ’s ability to deliver value to customers with speed and at scale – a fundamental part of ANZ’s NWOW success.

To do this, ANZ harnessed the power of an augmented client/consultant team structure – leveraging the expertise of mature Agile consultancy ThoughtWorks to deliver quality engineering outcomes in a condensed timeframe. Join Mark Angrish (Head of Engineering at ANZ Bank) and Julian Lim (ThoughtWorks Client Principal) at this fireside chat as they candidly talk through the ins and outs of implementing an Agile engineering culture.

About Julian Lim 

Julian Lim has been a digital transformation and technology leader for more than 20 years, partnering with clients as a trusted advisor to develop technology solutions that help them achieve their business outcomes. Over the course of his career, he’s developed and implemented technology strategies, led high performing teams, overseen the development and delivery of large business proposals, and partnered with clients to achieve their digital objectives. Julian is currently a Client Principal at ThoughtWorks.

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