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CIO50 2022 #9 Richard Dean, amaysim

When he was working his first job as a developer, Dean made a coding error that accidentally sent out a large number of incorrect notifications to multiple contacts

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #21 Mary-Beth Hosking, PointsBet

Early in her career at a tech leader, Mary-Beth Hosking found it difficult to empower people to undertake tasks, preferring to micromanage team members and not give everyone a chance to step up.

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #26-50 Scott Andrews, Inchcape PLC

In less than a year Andrews scaled the Inchcape tech team from just a handful of people in a basement to today being more than 200 strong

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #24 Jason Cowie, Curtin University

In mid-2021, Curtin Uni CIO Cowie published a digital roadmap to start creating seamless digital experiences for students and staff

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #2 Jason Blackman, Carsales

Blackman and his team created the Carsales Intelligence Academy to help solve some of their most pressing challenges

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #23 Popy Bernardo, YHA Australia

Bernardo and his team introduced key innovations that have helped YHA Australia make a profit for the first time in two years

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #8 Ben Fitzgerald, Tennis Australia

Fitzgerald has helped Tennis Australia progress from survival to innovation mode as it applies lessons throughout the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30

CIO50 2022 #3 Greg Wells, NSW Government

Wells and his team created a digital restart fund which has transformed how digital projects are brought to life within the NSW government

Written by Byron Connolly24 Nov. 22 19:30
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