With more than 10 years of experience in the field, Edgar is a lead consultant responsible for all aspects of clients’ analytics journeys. Prior roles include serving as Director, Global Talent Analytics at NGA.NET (now Acendre) and Sales and Operations Manager for Melbourne-based Advanced Training. He has previously led business analytics projects in federal government, education, mining, manufacturing, utilities and not-for-profit sectors throughout Australia, New Zealand, North America and Southeast Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and Systems, and a Master of Business Information Systems with honours from Monash University. He also has an advanced diploma in IT (Business) from RMIT University and a certificate in workplace coaching. An avid traveller, Edgar speaks fluent Japanese. Equally passionate about music as he is technology, he started playing the violin when he was just five years old and later went on to play professionally for a number of years. Edgar also holds an Associate Diploma of Music Australia (Violin).
How and Why do Managers Use iPads? (Masters Minor Thesis). Nov 2012 Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria.
Kautzner, E., Gao, S., Yeoh, W., Wong, S. (2015). An Exploratory Study on the Factors Influencing Managers’ Use of Mobile Tablets Proceedings of the 2015 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS)