Digital Challengers is a joint venture brought to you by ABCW (Amanda Broomhall and Cairo Walker) and Chief Technology Solutions (James Dellow).

Amanda Broomhall

Amanda has been a cornerstone member of the intranet and digital workplace community for over a decade.

Amanda’s consultancy experience covers a broad range of organisations within industries such as local and federal government, utilities, financial services, university, not-for-profits and healthcare, both within Australia and internationally. This has enabled Amanda to develop both deep working knowledge of industry verticals, as well as proven intranet and digital workplace methodologies.

The detail and scope of intranet and digital workplace projects can be overwhelming. Amanda excels at delivering solutions that are elegant in their design and that are actionable by the teams that will own them. This is done in a way that makes sense of the underlying complexity.

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Cairo Walker

Cairo advises clients on how to imagine, create and leverage a digital workplace that is unique to their needs, and that will help them achieve their organisational goals. Her broad digital experience covers both external-facing and internal-facing initiatives. Heading up the digital offering at a global advertising agency, Cairo managed the team to award-winning success.

With a digital career spanning more than two decades, Cairo has an unequalled knowledge of leading-edge digital practices and never shies away from the most challenging problems and initiatives in the digital arena.

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James Dellow

James is a human-centred designer and technology strategist. Through his business Chief Technology Solutions (“chieftech”), he explores, comments on and provides guidance on digital technologies, particularly the digital workplace and social innovation.

You may know James from his work with Headshift / Dachis Group (aka Ripple Effect Group in Australia), an online engagement and workforce collaboration consultancy. Prior to this he also worked at CSC (now DXC) and in Ernst & Young’s global knowledge management division, the award winning Center for Business Knowledge.

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