EY Mining & Metals Webcast
Preparing for tomorrow’s digital mine today
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We believe that mining companies should look to sectors such as manufacturing for leading practices to improve productivity, the greatest operational risk in the mining sector. We recognize that several factors (including ore body knowledge, ore quality and weather) impact variability for miners, but believe this variability can be managed by adopting an integrated process model approach, aligning digital investments to productivity outcomes and embedding a zero-loss culture.
Join our panel of mining professionals from EY and The University of Queensland for an interactive discussion, including:
- How can mining learn from manufacturing?
- How can aligning to a market-to-mine process model improve business integration?
- How can digital enable new ways to drive productivity in the sector?
- What are the people aspects that need to be considered?
Associate Professor, Strategy, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland
John Steen is the associate professor in strategic analysis at the University of Queensland and senior research fellow at the Australian Institute of Business and Economics. In this role, John leads major international research projects on innovation and strategic change in the resources industries. He has 13 years of experience in business research and analysis and has won prestigious national and international grants to support this work.
He has received several awards for innovation and leadership in teaching and industry collaboration, including two citations from the Australian Government for his teaching in the University of Queensland MBA program. John has also advised businesses in the resources, utilities, technology and financial services industries on innovation and strategy.
John holds PhDs from the University of Tasmania and The University of Queensland.
EY Oceania Risk Advisory Mining and Metals Leader
Michael Rundus is the EY Oceania Risk Advisory Mining and Metals Leader. Michael has been instrumental in growing the Region’s IT effectiveness, business continuity planning and information management and analysis service lines.
Michael’s specific areas of focus include IT control frameworks, IT and business process transformation, IT security and enterprise risk management. His project portfolio includes the design and implementation of IT assurance frameworks, implementation of business continuity plans and IT audit support to clients.
Michael has been a key engagement partners for the global mining companies for more than 10 years and has been involved in many projects including IT and business process transformation through implementing a new ERP system operating model. He is responsible for both the IT internal audit and design and implementation of Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) IT frameworks.
EY Global Mining & Metals Advisory
Paul Mitchell is the EY Global Advisory Mining & Metals Leader. He is also the leader of EY Asia Pacific Finance Performance Improvement, which assists clients with Finance Organization & Strategy, Process Improvement & Transformation and Business Performance Management.
With more than 20 years of experience in providing advisory services to business and government, Paul is a polished facilitator with broad financial and operational skills. Paul’s experience includes the development of corporate, operational and IT strategies, profit enhancement and performance improvement, post-merger integration, financial and operational management.