Accelerating sustainable business transformation

​​The event will be streamed live in Australia (AEST) at 8.30 am on the 4th of May.

The global COVID disruption to the economy has dramatically accelerated the digital transformation programs of businesses here and around the world. For example McKinsey and Company estimates its corporate clients experienced an average of seven years worth of transformation in just six months last year.


The upheaval also brought a renewed emphasis on sustainability and in particular the resilience of supply chains.


The Which-50/SAP Accelerating Sustainable Transformation Senior Executive Panel discussion will address:

  • The acceleration of digital transformation

  • Sustainable supply chain transformation

  • Which pandemic-induced changes are here to stay 

  • The ongoing issue of building resilience in the way companies work


Monica Graham is General Manager, Origination, Podium Asset Services at Lendlease

Ann Bowering, CEO Issuer Services, AU & NZ at Computershare

Dr Greg S Whiteley, Chairman, Whiteley Corporation

The discussion begins with a presentation from Lendlease’s Monica Graham.

Monica is General Manager, Origination, Podium Asset Services at Lendlease where the mission is to reimagine energy, water and connectivity for the built world to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve customer experience and drive more productive cities.


Lendlease is also the company behind the huge, world beating Barangaroo development in Sydney.  Upon completion in 2024, Barangaroo will be the first precinct of its size in the world to be climate positive and carbon neutral. This outcome is achieved using world’s best practice sustainability principles, operating in the most efficient manner and offsetting any residual carbon emissions with on-site or off-site renewable resources.


Monica’s presentation will be followed by a 40 minute panel discussion and question and answer session facilitated by Which-50 editor-in-chief Andrew Birmingham, one of the country’s leading writers and commentators on business transformation.

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Andrew Birmingham

Editor in Chief



Andrew Birmingham is the editor-in-chief and publisher of Which-50 (now Boardroom Media). He is the former associate publisher of The Australian Financial Review and an occasional contributing editor,) 

During his career, he has reported on the Australian media, technology, finance, life science, and related sectors over a period spanning 20 years.


Monica Graham

General Manager, Origination

Podium Asset Services 

Monica Graham was appointed to the role of General Manager, Product Origination, Lendlease Podium Asset Services, in January 2020. In this role, Monica is responsible for leading the creation of digital asset management products and services. This includes accelerating the development of products and services that contribute to the Lendlease sustainability targets using energy solutions, data, advanced analytics and new technologies


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Ann Bowering

CEO, Issuer Services

AU & NZ at Computershare Ltd

As Head of Issuer Services Australia and New Zealand, Ann Bowering is responsible for the leadership, growth and day to day management of the Issuer Services business. 


Before joining Computershare in 2019, Ann was the Managing Director and CEO of NSX Limited. While there, Ann led the execution of an essential, and very significant restructure of the operations, people and culture, and strategy of the company

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Dr Greg S Whiteley


Whiteley Corporation

Greg is an industry leader and company director, an appointed academic, with many years of research collaboration and supervision within applied microbiology and public health applications. Dr Whiteley has decades of experience in product development with both domestic and export market focus. He sat on the Federal Government's PPE taskforce for COVID-19 and experienced firsthand the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains as demand peaked for the company's sanitizer products during the pandemic.