30 April - 01 May, 2019 | Bayview Eden, Melbourne, VIC

Pre-Conference Workshops: Monday, 29 April 2019

WORKSHOP ONE

A

9:00 am - 11:30 am Approaching a Service Desk Transformation: Developing a Thorough Transition and Improvement Plan
Andrew Dimech - ICT Director/Digital Director, NSW Ambulance
Service desks vary in size, strengths, needs and structures; however, when preparing to transform a service desk there are primary considerations which must be addressed in order to achieve a smooth and successful change. With extensive industry knowledge and experience Andrew Dimech will break-down primary approaches which can be adapted for any project, and will also individually work with you to explore your service desk and devise strategies to overcome challenges moving towards a transformation.

  • How to approach a service desk transformation / improvement plan
  • Exploring various models that address specific outcomes and which is right for your organisation
  • Implementing the most effective service catalogues options in response to changes
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Andrew Dimech

ICT Director/Digital Director
NSW Ambulance

B

12:00 pm - 2:30 pm How to Allow Access to Services Desks to be as Mobile as Possible as a Result of Flexible Working Environments
Lisa Marino - Service Desk Manager, ICT Corporate Affairs, Victoria Legal Aid
At Victoria Legal Aid, Lisa Marino manages four service desk analysts who provide support across thirteen offices and to extremely mobile customers who travel across the state often to rural and isolated areas on legal cases. In this workshop Lisa will share insights into how Victoria Legal Aid transformed to deliver efficiency and fluidity in providing support services to flexible workers across multiple offices. She will explore with the individuals in the workshop the most appropriate strategies and transformations for their organisation that will achieve improved service desk delivery as a result of their own flexible environments.

  • Examining how increasingly flexible workplaces can introduce new challenges to service desk delivery
  • How Victoria Legal Aid digitally transformed harmoniously with their service desk to improve operations
  • Exploring service desk transformation strategies to achieve specific outcomes
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Lisa Marino

Service Desk Manager, ICT Corporate Affairs
Victoria Legal Aid

C

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm How to Implement Tools That Will Automate Resolutions and Reduce Overheads
Jason Hon - Head of Service Desks, Fujitsu
The State of the Service Desk Report 2017 by Fresh Service highlights that expanding resources on superfluous support tasks, which can be automated can increase efficiency by up to 25%. With that in mind, this workshop will explore how service desk tools can be utilised with automation increasing their value to the business. It will also analyse how large the automation framework should be built ensuring improvement of service desk performance without negatively impacting customer satisfaction.

  • Discussing how internal service desk operations can be automated successfully as an initial approach to automation
  • Exploring automation and where it can be implemented to achieve volume call reduction (in both existing and non-existing platforms)
  • Discussing how far to automate: Challenges in automation and where you might cross the line resulting in disrupting customer satisfaction
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Jason Hon

Head of Service Desks
Fujitsu