People, Process and Performance Transformation

AGL is an Australian listed public company involved in both the generation and retailing of electricity and gas for residential and commercial use.

Placement Overview

  • Client

    AGL

  • Employees

    3,470

  • Location

    Sydney & Melbourne

  • Role

    General Manager, People, Process, Performance Transformation (PT3) & Growth

  • Revenue

    AUD$12.5 billion

Context

Having previously used a variety of old ERP solutions obtained through acquisition of a number of generation plants, AGL launched a transformation programme known as PT3 (People, Process and Performance Transformation) designed to improve AGL’s work management and procurement effectiveness, and how they manage their financials and people. Johnson was engaged to identify a candidate who could lead and deliver the PT3 Transformation Programme, and define and deliver the IT components of AGL’s future growth and M&A Programmes

Competency Based Criteria

  • Organisational Scale

    Exposure to a complex, matrix structured corporate setting comparable to AGL (ASX30 to ASX100 or Tier 2 consultancy); exposure to a complex, matrix structured corporate setting (above ASX30 or Tier 1 consultancy)

  • Transformation Scale

    Experience leading a business/IT transformation with a budget of $50 million; with a budget between $50 million and $150 million; with a budget of $150 million+

  • ERP Leadership

    Experience leading and implementing an ERP transformation significant experience leading multiple SAP-led, group-wide ERP transformations

Search Highlights

  • 93%
    of longlisted candidates female
  • 100%
    shortlisted candidate female
  • 57
    days to placement

Successful Candidate

Dayle Stevens

Dayle Stevens was appointed to the role. Dayle is a senior technology executive with a 25-year career covering financial services, packaging and building industries with global companies. Prior to her appointment, Dayle was the Divisional Chief Information Officer with National Australia Bank, a position she held since June 2014. Dayle was accountable for producing group-like financials with an annual budget of $250 million, a team of 400 NAB staff and 1000+ partner staff.

Dayle Stevens

From The Client:

Technology is a very male-dominated industry so we were very keen to secure a talented female for this role and we were delighted that Johnson were able to deliver such an outstanding candidate.”

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