Harnessing technology leadership and innovation
Technology is an increasingly integral, integrated and strategic part of doing business. Modern organisations are moving (or have already moved) away from a model where technology or IT is an entirely technical team, working independently from other parts of the business. So how can you leverage technology leadership when technology is so ubiquitous? And how can you drive a culture of innovation for competitive advantage?
Claudine Ogilvie is an experienced senior executive for a listed Australian Airline with a deep understanding of strategy, risk, technology and marketing. She is a leader, influencer and results orientated professional.
She is an accomplished and trusted business advisor with expertise in governance, change, business transformation, business development and Asia markets.
Coach and mentor to talented young aspiring leaders from a variety of industries. A former Australian Olympic Sailing Development team member experienced in elite sporting environments, developing high performance teams and leadership effectiveness.
Claudine is a 2015 graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). She is a founding member of the Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) Agribusiness Forum in 2012, a member of the National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO).
Claudine is an alumni of the Australia-ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program 2013 Kuala Lumpur, and a 2012 Asialink Leaders Program alumni (Melbourne University). She has authored a number of papers on manufacturing competitiveness, agribusiness and food security in Asia.
Prior to Jetstar Claudine was CIO for Ridley Corporation, a listed agribusiness manufacturer; she managed KPMG's Consumer and Industrial Markets business; she was the Regional Product Manager (Australia, NZ, PNG and Pacific Islands) at International SOS. She also held sales operations and marketing roles for British Petroleum (BP Australia). She has a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology Sydney, Australia (B.Bus) and a Diploma of Business Management from the Ecole Supérieur de Commerce Reims, France (Dip.Mgnt).