Mr Benjamin Woenig
B.Sc. (Computer & Mathematical Science), University of
CEO / Founder
Visione Group is the culmination of Benjamin’s career to date. A passionate enterprise, data, and solution architect, he has a thirst for problem solving, helping people to realise opportunities, driving appropriate change and challenging organisations with new and efficient ways of delivering services and capabilities.
Prior experience includes the delivery of complex projects across mining, utilities, healthcare, oil & gas, government, and general enterprise organisations.
With the ever-increasing importance placed on the value of data, Benjamin saw the benefit of also founding a research subsidiary within Visione Group to pursue data contextualisation research and provide a vehicle for increasing academic collaboration within industry & enterprise, as well as to develop and commercialise new IP
Benjamin is determined to grow Visione Group into a recognised and respected consulting, systems integration, and research company for the benefit of any organisation that wishes to be a part of a successful information and operational technology delivery journey.
Ms Gwendolyn Meyer
B.A., University of KwaZulu-Natal, Advanced Level Strategic
Intervention Coach & Strategic Intervention Practitioner
Neuro Change Master Trainer / Change Management Consultant
Gwendolyn brings a deep understanding of the behavioural and relationship challenges faced by individuals, teams, and leaders in delivering high quality outcomes across business & IT projects, as well as 30+ years’ experience and navigation of change, personally and within corporate environments and large organisations. This combination adds significant value to clients for both personal and professional growth.
Gwen is a certified Project Manager, Strategic Intervention Coach, YB12 Leadership and Performance Coach / Trainer and Neuro Change Master Trainer. Her (Life in Balance) training and coaching programs offer a means to create high performing winning teams who feel understood, supported, focused, emotionally stable, positively optimistic and fulfilled.
Any new technological endeavour requires adaptation, acceptance, and commitment for an organisation to yield the best from its people and Gwendolyn fosters a strategic, journey of change understanding and mindset to the betterment of Visione Group’s customers.
Prof EJ Wise
B.App.Sc. (University of Canberra), LLB (ANU), LLM (ANU), MA (UNSW)
Cyber Security Legal Affiliate & Research Advisory Board Member
EJ has 27 years legal experience in Australian Federal and State Governments as well as in private practice and academia, specialising in cyber law, policy, strategy, governance, international law, administrative and criminal law and is an internationally recognised cyber law expert.
During her 21 years of service in uniform as a Legal Officer with the Royal Australian Air Force, EJ volunteered at the Townsville Community Legal Centre and in several offices of the International Humanitarian Law Committee of the ICRC. Her service in the RAAF included deployment twice into armed conflict in the Middle East, the RAAF’s cyber and information operations squadron, and on exchange with the United States Air Force’s JAG Corps in the Pentagon.
EJ’s diverse, internationally recognised background in cyber security law brings a unique, strategically important capability to Visione Group, enabling the organisation to provide a highly specialised consulting focus on cyber security compliance, policy, strategy, and governance for both public and private sectors.
Mr Benjamin Dry
B.Sc. (Computer & Mathematical Science), Flinders University
Ben is a pragmatic Agilist with over 24 years of experience working in the IT sector. Some might call him an Agile Coach while others a Scrum Master or Agile PM. Labels aside, Ben has a depth of knowledge and experience through real ‘hands-on’ practical application of Agile mindset and methodologies across all levels of business to enable sustainable change, a focus on faster customer value delivery and Agile adoption.
Ben has developed a scaled approach to Agile focusing specifically on small to medium organisations called SAMOSA (Small and Medium Organisation Scaled Agility). This method of working can be implemented completely through practical application rather than theoretical certification.
Ben has helped groups of developers, managers, librarians, marketers, designers, festival crews, DevOps teams and C level teams to become highly effective in removing obstacles through Agile frameworks and developing consistent practices.
Ben is also available to run high energy and hyper-relevant workshops and training sessions on all things Agile from Introduction and 101 sessions to Scrum master certification. He is also able to run ‘mini’ workshops (45 to 90mins) for ‘meetups’ and industry association gatherings.
Research Advisory Board
Prof Larissa Statsenko
PhD Eng. PgMgt, PMI Member
Systems Engineering & Supply Chain Academic
Research Advisory Board Member
Larissa has completed a Ph.D. in Project Management from the University of Adelaide, and a Ph.D. in Mining Engineering at Kazakh National Technical University. She has 11 years of experience in research, management, and consulting in projects and programs of various scales and complexity funded by the industry and government across Defence, Resource and Energy, IT, government sectors, and NGOs. Prior to coming to Australia, she worked as an Associate Professor in Kazakhstan, being involved in consultancy projects in the Mining and IT sectors. In Australia, prior to joining UniSA, Larissa served at the University of Adelaide as a Mining Strategic Research Manager, working on industry-university collaboration projects, and lecturing and supervising postgraduate and MBA students in Project Management and Business Research related subjects.
Her research interests are in Complex Project Management and Supply Chain Management, organisational and supply chain digital maturity, supply chain capability development, and innovations. Her research methods expertise includes Network Analysis, Structural Equation Modelling (SEM), qualitative, and quantitative methods.
Larissa is a Member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM). She is an Adjunct Research Fellow of the University of Adelaide and a valued, contributing member for Visione Group’s industry-academic collaboration and research initiatives.