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Build Tech Tip #3: Get the capability model that works!

Discussion of the key elements needed in a capability model that works for your team and your organisation.

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Build Tech Tip #3: Get the capability model that works!

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Wed 18 May 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


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Build Tech Tip #3: Get the capability model that works!

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Join ANZ's Steph Creasy, Phillippa Newbrook and ANZ's Industrial Psycholgist, Marija Potter as they discuss key tips in growing technologists and facilitating movement across the Technology space.

Part of our Build Tech Tips speaker series on Building a High Performing Tech Organisation - a speaker series of enriching discussions for achieving organisational success. As part of ANZ’s passion for building New Zealand’s Technology Ecosystem, we'll be sharing thought leadership and lessons learnt on creating an effective tech organisation, focusing both on individuals looking to build their tech careers and, on Tech companies looking to boost their understanding and appeal to new and experienced tech talent - from hiring to retaining to growth and diversity. Join us for one, some or all of these engaging panel discussions.

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Steph Creasy 2021

Steph Creasy

GM for Delivery for ANZ’s Personal and Wealth customer segments

With over 20 years’ experience as a digital technologist, Steph has led digital and technology teams across a broad portfolio encompassing digital channels to deliver experiences and services to ANZ’s customers and staff. Steph has depth and breadth in leadership, digital strategy, technology delivery and product & service innovation.

Prior to coming to ANZ, Steph was Managing Director at Digital Arts Network, Auckland; New Zealand’s pre-eminent human-centred Digital Agency. She has worked as a Director at Deloitte Digital, leading their Digital Strategy Practice and developing the local business in New Zealand.

A board member of the NZ Tech Alliance, Steph has experience across multiple sectors and industries (private and public sector) working with large scale businesses in New Zealand and the UK. She has led projects that have won awards for their design, technology and business outcomes including the Best Awards, SXSW, FWA and Axis.

Steph has judged the DINZ Best Awards, spoken at various conferences and mentored at Startup Weekends. She is focused on mentoring and is passionate about making space for women in technology.

Steph has a BCOM degree from AUT in Multimedia and a BA in Psychology and English from University of Auckland.


Phillippa Newbrook

Capability Area Lead - Delivery, ANZ

An intuitive leader, with a focus on “systems thinking” and understanding the bigger picture to deliver value. Phillippa revels taking a concept and seeing it through the delivery lifecycle to customer realisation. As the Capability Area Lead for Personal & Funds within ANZ, Phillippa creates and drives the Delivery strategy for this space. The heart of the strategy is on the “how” and seeks to connect to the “why and what” for our digital channels. When she’s not concentrating on all things Delivery, you can find her with her whanau sharing her passion for food, or outdoors making the most of the sunshine.


Marija Potter

Head of Workforce, ANZ Technology & Organisational Psychologist

Marija is an Industrial Organisational Psychologist and the Head of Workforce for Technology at ANZ. Leveraging behavioural science in the workplace, Marija is responsible for ensuring ANZ has the right people, in the right place, at the right time, with the right skills for today and the future. Marija is responsible for driving transformational change and unlocking human potential across all layers of the organisation.