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Dr Mark Dale

Industry Fellow


I have more than 25 years of experience in executive, senior management, enterprise architecture, data, solution and security architecture in the financial services, education and health services industries.  I have led Technology functions and architecture teams in wholesale pharmaceutical and financial services, managed services, and health industries and have been responsible for day-to-day operations, delivery of IT strategy and roadmaps, enterprise architecture, project delivery, cost management, service improvement and capability improvement initiatives. I have worked closely with business stakeholders to build commitment and support for IT strategy, technology programs, identify transition roadmap options and clarify the business process change implications associated with projects.  I lectured in 1) enterprise architecture and 2) systems analysis and design at Melbourne University from (2000 – 2012) and currently I lecture in 1) enterprise architecture, strategy and governance, 2) system acquisition and implementation and 3) advanced business analysis at Swinburne University of Technology (2011 – on going). I was also the Director of the flagship Bachelor of Information Technology scholarship degree at Swinburne from 2014-2017.  I have a PhD in enterprise architecture (Swinburne University, 2015) and a PhD in music (Monash University, 2005).

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

PhD topics and outlines

Communities of Practice

Digital Transformation

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture implementation

Fields of Research

  • Business Systems In Context - 350300


Also published as: Dale, Mark; Dale, M.
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