DR Rod Dilnutt

DR Rod Dilnutt

Positions

  • Information Systems - Architecture and Change Leadership (Change Management, Digital Strategy, Architecture)

Overview

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  • Digital Transformation Catalyst, Trusted Advisor, Educator, Change Agent, Diversity and Inclusion Champion.

    Rod is a results focussed digital leader with a proven ability to influence complex stakeholder networks and drive transformational change. He an executive consultant with experience spanning over 25 years focused on Construction & Asset Management, Banking & Finance and Education. He is a founding Director of William Bethwey & Associates and an internationally recognised thought leader in strategic and architectural transformation.

    Rod is a highly motivated catalyst of digital change, he is results focussed and has an inclusive leadership style He is an Industry Fellow at The University of Melbourne where he researches and lectures in Higher Degree programmes. He has authored over 20 publications and a book on Organisational Change. Consequently, he is a sought-after expert for leading companies confronting challenges brought about by disruptive technologies and the need to transform organisational cultures to adopt radically different paradigms of work and the creation of value.

    Rod is a Fellow of the British Compter Society, a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, and was recognised as the Australian ICT Professional of the year, 2013 in the National iAwards.
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Affiliation

Member of

  • British Computer Society. Professional Fellowship 2019 -
  • Records & Information Management Professionals Australasia. Certified Associate 2004 -
  • Australian Computer Society. Fellow 1993 -

Publications

Selected publications

Awards

Education and training

  • DBA, Southern Cross University 2000
  • MBA, Deakin University 1995
  • GDip M, Deakin University 1994
  • GDipComp, Monash University 1990
  • GDipEd, La Trobe University 1982
  • BA, La Trobe University 1979

Awards and honors

  • Fellow of the British Computer Society, 2019
  • Fellow of the Australian Computer Society, 2012

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