Gerald is passionate about working with IT leaders and their departments, to achieve personal and organisational transformation. This is supported by innovative research-based insights and guidance.
About Gerald Khoury
Gerald is passionate about working with IT leaders and their departments, to achieve personal and organisational transformation. This is supported by innovative research-based insights and guidance. A key method for this transformation is the delivery of innovative four-day workshops that deliver a selected key initiative while simultaneously training your team.
As a strategist and thought leader, Gerald has advised the leaders of some of Asia Pacific’s largest brand names and government departments including: Qantas, Energy Australia, Mortgage Choice, Thales, Coates Hire, Fuji Xerox, Dibbs Barker, Allens Arthur Anderson, Baker McKenzie, Gilbert & Tobin, Servcorp, Bankstown City Council, University of Technology Sydney, Western Sydney University, NSW Dept of Commerce, NSW Dept of Community Services, NSW Dept of Education & Training, NSW Justice Health, NSW Rural Fire Service, and NSW State Property Authority.
Prior to joining Info-Tech, Gerald worked in senior roles at IBM and Gartner. Gerald has had numerous articles published in leading technology and business publications, such as CIO Magazine and Fast Thinking Magazine, and regularly presents to industry groups on the topics of strategy, enterprise architecture, technology planning and innovation. With a Bachelor of Science in Computing, a Master of Business in IT Management, and a PhD in Computer Science, as well as Executive Coach training from the NeuroLeadership Institute, Gerald can tailor individual or group development programs that will position you for success.
Gerald is a member of the UTS LiDA leadership and innovation “think tank,” a member of the UTS School of Computer Science Professional Advisory Board, and past Chair of the External Advisory committee for UWS.
Sydney Australia 251 - 1000 Employees
Awards & Certifications
PhD Computer Science
University of Technology, Sydney
January 1, 2007 – Present