Michael Fagan

Chief Transformation Officer, Village Roadshow

Lessons on gaining exec buy-in from a CxO

Hear from an experienced CIO/CTO as he gives some tips on what C-suite executives look out for in organisations on Agile journeys. You’ll learn tips on how to communicate to those on the Executive level about Agile, and common questions they might have.

This talk won’t tell you “how to Agile”, but rather shine some light on how to make Agile relevant and sticky in the C-suite!

For some background, Michael Fagan was previously CTO for Kmart group and drove a rapid adoption to AWS cloud certification for 100% of technology alongside a transformation to a scaled Agile way of working.

About Michael Fagan

As Chief Transformation Officer for Village Roadshow, Michael leads the transition from Public Company to Private Equity ownership, transforming Cinema, Theme Parks, Movie Studios and Movie Production in Australia.

As CTO for the Kmart Group, he led the teams that deliver great customer experiences at kmart.com.au and target.com.au, as well as more than 600 stores in Australia and New Zealand. This included the IT, Advanced Analytics, Engineering, Data and Product Management teams that support more than 50,000 Kmart and Target employees in more than 10 million customer interactions every week.

Michael has a breadth of experience across financial services, telecommunications and government having led large-scale transformation programs in Europe, Asia and USA as a senior manager with Accenture, prior to joining Wesfarmers. Outside of work, Michael is passionate about giving back to his community by actively participating in local schools and sporting organisations.

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