Tech For Non Tech
How It Works
Tech for Non Tech helps leaders build their digital fluency by deepening their understanding of web development and learning how to work amazingly with developers.
Trends + Opportunities
Cut through the jargon to understand emerging trends in tech and their potential impact on business and government.
Developers don’t create software – teams do. Develop an understanding of how to work collaboratively with technical people.
– Brian Wearne, General Manager, Information and Dispute Services Centre at Consumer Affairs Victoria
What To Expect
Tech for Non Tech helps managers, communicators and leaders understand the world behind the internet.
Here are some of the things you can expect to walk away feeling confident in.
Why do technical projects take ten times longer than expected?
What's the optimal way of working with programmers and tech teams?
What do I need to know about proposing and undertaking a tech project?
What's inside the magic black box?
What is happening in the world of tech?
What is open source software and why is everyone talking about it?
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Our expert hosts and technical facilitators create safe environments where no question is too big or small, and where no two sessions are the same.
Host - MelbourneLina is part of the Code for Australia Base Team, and is a facilitator and collaboration designer. People frikkin love her workshops and meetings.
Host - AdelaideMatthew is a facilitator whose purpose is to creatively stimulate, engage and activate people to contribute to positive social, environmental and economic impact.
Technical FacilitatorWith over a decade of experience founding tech companies and teaching web development, Ben is happiest when he’s helping people understand all things human-centred, agile, tech and leadership.
Technical FacilitatorSteve is an open data and web mapping expert, a founding member of Open Knowledge Melbourne and one of Code for Australia’s first Fellows. He knows his stuff.
We’re proud to have worked with participants from agencies, departments and businesses across Australia.