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Rod Dilnutt Rod Dilnutt

Director | William Bethwey & Associates

Melbourne, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

Rod is an internationally acknowledged consultant and expert in the field of Knowledge, Information and Change Management.

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Biography

Dr Rod Dilnutt is an internationally acknowledged business consultant focussed on building organizational capability. He has over twenty-five years experience and is the director of William Bethwey & Associates.
Rod specializes in strategic business capability development though managing knowledge, information and change and is retained by in an advisory capacity by many leading organisations.
Rod has assisted many leading organizations to develop strategy and to subsequently implement best practice solutions from the perspectives of people, process and technology.
Rod holds a Doctorate, has published a number of research articles and is also a Senior Research Fellow of The University of Melbourne where he shares his industry experience and lectures in higher degree programmes.
Because of this broad practical and academic experience he is a regular presenter at conferences and workshops around the Asia-Pacific region.
Rod Lives in Melbourne with his wife and three children.

Industry Expertise (4)

Information Services

IT Services/Consulting

Library and Information Management

Management Consulting

Areas of Expertise (3)

Organizational Change Management

Organizational Capability Development

Building the Business Case for Document and Records Management.

Affiliations (6)

  • Senior Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
  • Advisory Board, Int. Journal of Knowledge, Culture & Change
  • Member, Records & Information Professionals
  • Member, Faculty Board, Australian Computer Society Education
  • Certified Professional, Australian Computer Society
  • Member, Australian Computer Society

Sample Talks (1)

Building Influencing Skills for Information Managers

Risk mitigation and operational improvement are the general aims of information managers. Compliance issues and the demands to locate information when needed are driveing the need to build capability. However, the business case is often intangible and information managers are unable to secure the recourses required to provide excellence in service. Therefore the information manager must be proactive in securing management support and build the requesite influencing skills. This session explores the the need and nature of building influence and provides practical advice on how to acheive the outcomes required.

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