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Babak Abedin

Technology Advisor, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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Digital Literacy for Employee Experience

People are a critical element of the organizational and technological transformations. They make transformations happen but at the same time their relationship with organization dynamically changes. When employees are digitally literate, they can conceive possibilities arising from digital technolog...

Presentation Type: Workshop Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Raji Ambikairajah

Non-Executive Director, Sydney School of Entrepreneurship

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Team Tech: Are we attracting the people we need for Australia to thrive in the future of work?

This unmissable panel will take a deep dive into the industry's progress - and shortfalls - in driving inclusion and diversity across Australia's tech sector. Our speakers will outline the crucial nature of diversity in building the innovative, creative workforce required for organisations to thr...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders

Fiona Anson

Co-Founder / CEO, Middle8

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The future is not AI – It’s IA

There's room on the chain for everyone The panel will explore a diverse range of blockchain and crypto currency industries and how the tech is revolutionizing their field. Following the session, join our panellists in an Innovation Lab break-out room where you can chat with the industry representat...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Jesse Arundell

Open Innovation & Partnerships Lead, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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Building a culture of everyday innovators at CommBank

- Over the last five years, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia has been on a journey to understand how best to leverage the collective intelligence and experience of its people to drive the innovation and improvement of its products, processes, systems and services at scale across the Bank. - Durin...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Finance, Human Resources & Management

Kari Banick

General Manager, Linfox

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Future skills and the future of work in Industry 4.0 and the supply chain

• The future of supply chain • Engaging supply chain professionals to share and learn from each other • Capability development and adapting to change • Affordability v necessity (i.e. getting alignment on payback periods alongside impending employee shortage/ageing workforce and safety i...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical, Supply Chain & Industry 4.0

Emma Broadbent

Regional Manager , Corporate Affairs, Cisco Networking Academy, ANZ and Pacific Islands

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Are primary and secondary students receiving the skills they need to prepare for the technology-focused jobs of the future

Join representatives from the NSW Department of Education, university leaders and industry representatives as they discuss the current state of education in Australia and where it's heading - how can we can prepare young people for the pathways and roles they'll encounter and ensure they're set up f...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Sally Browner

General Manager, Coder Academy

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Are primary and secondary students receiving the skills they need to prepare for the technology-focused jobs of the future

Join representatives from the NSW Department of Education, university leaders and industry representatives as they discuss the current state of education in Australia and where it's heading - how can we can prepare young people for the pathways and roles they'll encounter and ensure they're set up f...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Dilek Cetindamar

Assoc. Prof, University of Technology Sydney

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Digital Literacy for Employee Experience

People are a critical element of the organizational and technological transformations. They make transformations happen but at the same time their relationship with organization dynamically changes. When employees are digitally literate, they can conceive possibilities arising from digital technolog...

Presentation Type: Workshop Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Jessica Christiansen-Franks

Co-Founder & CEO, Neighbourlytics

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Team Tech: Are we attracting the people we need for Australia to thrive in the future of work?

This unmissable panel will take a deep dive into the industry's progress - and shortfalls - in driving inclusion and diversity across Australia's tech sector. Our speakers will outline the crucial nature of diversity in building the innovative, creative workforce required for organisations to thriv...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders

Sarah Cummings

Business-driven Tech Consultant, Sarah Cummings Consulting

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The great divide: Bridging the gap between business and tech teams

If you’ve ever walked out of a project meeting with both business and tech attendees feeling frustrated or a little side-swiped then you’ll already know that sometimes it feels both sides are talking in a different language. The major issue here is that these frustrations aren’t just annoying ...

Presentation Type: Masterclass Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Digital Marketing & Communications, Human Resources & Management

Lynn Dang

Talent Acquisition Leader, Microsoft Australia

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Team Tech: Are we attracting the people we need for Australia to thrive in the future of work?

This unmissable panel will take a deep dive into the industry's progress - and shortfalls - in driving inclusion and diversity across Australia's tech sector. Our speakers will outline the crucial nature of diversity in building the innovative, creative workforce required for organisations to thriv...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders

Gráinne Davidson

Managing Director, Leaning Quest

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Mastering the human side of transformation

Digital transformation means getting people to do something different. The best strategy will not achieve its objective if your people are slow to embrace change. Ignoring or delaying action on the people side of transformation results in resistance, delays and failure to meet efficiency and perform...

Presentation Type: Workshop Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry:

Simon Elisha

Head of Solution Architecture A/NZ Public Sector, Amazon Web Services

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Are students leaving University with the right skills to set them up for their future careers?

This panel will explore how we can help to bridge the skills gap that is emerging when students leave their further education and look to enter the jobs market. What needs to be done to ensure that education is maintaining pace with technology trends?...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Ilan Frank

Director of Product, Enterprise, Slack

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Accelerating innovation with organisational agility

The modern workplace is more complex than ever. According to Netskope, the average business has access to over 1000 cloud services. We have distributed teams, increasing internal pressures and growing customer demands. Plus, the speed we have to make decisions is accelerating. Ilan Frank,...

Presentation Type: Industry keynote Theme: Future of work Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Human Resources & Management

Susie Gleeson-Byrne

Head of Human Resources, Uber Australia and New Zealand

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The future of work: Uber's vision and HR's responsibilities

The world of work is changing and the traditional perception of work as a 9 - 5 undertaking no longer holds true for millions of people around the world. New technologies, such as Uber's multiple platforms, are opening up new ways of working and earning capabilities. Susie will share some of Uber's...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Mark Greentree

Director, Technology for Learning (T4L), Education NSW (DoE)

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Are primary and secondary students receiving the skills they need to prepare for the technology-focused jobs of the future

Join representatives from the NSW Department of Education, university leaders and industry representatives as they discuss the current state of education in Australia and where it's heading - how can we can prepare young people for the pathways and roles they'll encounter and ensure they're set up f...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Stefan Hajkowicz

Senior Principle Scientist and Head of Insights Team, Data61

AI and the future of work

It is not clear how AI will ultimately impact the world of work, but it will certainly be disruptive. Some argue it will remove many jobs and be detrimental to our workforce, but many recent reports suggest it will create far more than it removes, enhance how we work and make us much more effective....

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry: Human Resources & Management

Nicola Hazell

Social Innovator & Champion of Women in Leadership,

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Team Tech: Are we attracting the people we need for Australia to thrive in the future of work?

This unmissable panel will take a deep dive into the industry's progress - and shortfalls - in driving inclusion and diversity across Australia's tech sector. Our speakers will outline the crucial nature of diversity in building the innovative, creative workforce required for organisations to thriv...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders

Connie Henson

CEO, Learning Quest

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Mastering the human side of transformation

Digital transformation means getting people to do something different. The best strategy will not achieve its objective if your people are slow to embrace change. Ignoring or delaying action on the people side of transformation results in resistance, delays and failure to meet efficiency and perform...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Ivan Imparato

CEO, Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI)

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Future skills and the future of work in Industry 4.0 and the supply chain

• The future of supply chain • Engaging supply chain professionals to share and learn from each other • Capability development and adapting to change • Affordability v necessity (i.e. getting alignment on payback periods alongside impending employee shortage/ageing workforce and safety issu...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical, Supply Chain & Industry 4.0

Sarah Jones

Chief Executive Officer, Sydney School of Entrepreneurship

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Are students leaving University with the right skills to set them up for their future careers?

This panel will explore how we can help to bridge the skills gap that is emerging when students leave their further education and look to enter the jobs market. What needs to be done to ensure that education is maintaining pace with technology trends? Sarah will also be chairing the full Education ...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Alan Jones

Partner, M8 Ventures

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Team Tech: Are we attracting the people we need for Australia to thrive in the future of work?

This unmissable panel will take a deep dive into the industry's progress - and shortfalls - in driving inclusion and diversity across Australia's tech sector. Our speakers will outline the crucial nature of diversity in building the innovative, creative workforce required for organisations to thriv...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders

Kristi Knaack Riordan

Chief Operating Officer & Managing Director, WeWork’s Flatiron School

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Are students leaving University with the right skills to set them up for their future careers?

This panel will explore how we can help to bridge the skills gap that is emerging when students leave their further education and look to enter the jobs market. What needs to be done to ensure that education is maintaining pace with technology trends?...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Toni Knowlson

Digital Innovation Lead, AWS Australia & New Zealand

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The culture of innovation at AWS

AWS is renowned for its mastery of designing innovative processes. In this session threaded with real-life examples, Toni Knowlson, Digital Innovation Lead at AWS will share the mechanisms of this innovation; those that help AWS be creative, including the two pizza teams rule, two-way doors decision...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Cultural adaption Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Julie McClements

Industry Engagement Manager – STEM Professionals in Schools, CSIRO

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Driving the next generation of STEM capable Australians: You can join CSIRO and the STEM Professionals in Schools program to support and inspire STEM education

The STEM Professionals in Schools program gives industry professionals the opportunity to share their expertise with teachers and inspire the next generation of problem solvers and innovators. At CSIRO, we are passionate about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and the potent...

Presentation Type: Session Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Michelle Michael

Director of Learning Systems, Education NSW (DoE)

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Are primary and secondary students receiving the skills they need to prepare for the technology-focused jobs of the future

Join representatives from the NSW Department of Education, university leaders and industry representatives as they discuss the current state of education in Australia and where it's heading - how can we can prepare young people for the pathways and roles they'll encounter and ensure they're set up f...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Jay Patel

Head of Digital Learning & Technical Capability, NAB

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Are students leaving University with the right skills to set them up for their future careers?

This panel will explore how we can help to bridge the skills gap that is emerging when students leave their further education and look to enter the jobs market. What needs to be done to ensure that education is maintaining pace with technology trends?...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

Tim Prosser

Social Futurist Impact Tech Consultant/Adviser, UTS

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Reinvigorate a commitment to Life Long Learning: Don't be the last 'Zebra' - why now it is more important than ever not to get caught at the back of the pack

A significant global transition is playing out driven by technological advances, affecting every aspect of our lives. 800 Million jobs are anticipated to change jobs globally in the next decade with between 2-5 million people in Australia having to change occupation. How do we plan to stay ahead o...

Presentation Type: Workshop Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Founder/Entrepreneurs/Start-up, Human Resources & Management

Pasi Salhberg

Deputy Director, Gonski Institute for Education, and Professor of Education Policy, School of Education, UNSW

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Are primary and secondary students receiving the skills they need to prepare for the technology-focused jobs of the future

Join representatives from the NSW Department of Education, university leaders and industry representatives as they discuss the current state of education in Australia and where it's heading - how can we can prepare young people for the pathways and roles they'll encounter and ensure they're set up f...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, ICT Technical

Stephen Scheeler

CEBIT Chairperson; Former CEO ANZ and Facebook, CEBIT Australia

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The eight elements of disruptive leadership

Many of today’s business leaders are ill-equipped for the demands of leadership in the 21st-century, where “digital” and “disruptive” experience & skills mean the difference between success and failure in leading businesses of all sizes and sectors…and are the #1 determinant of whether y...

Presentation Type: Workshop Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Leadership Industry: Business Strategy Leaders, Digital Marketing & Communications

Rocky Scopelliti

Futurologist & Author, Youthquake 4.0

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Future skills and the future of work in Industry 4.0 and the supply chain

• The future of supply chain • Engaging supply chain professionals to share and learn from each other • Capability development and adapting to change • Affordability v necessity (i.e. getting alignment on payback periods alongside impending employee shortage/ageing workforce and safety i...

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical, Supply Chain & Industry 4.0

Helen Souness

CEO, RMIT online

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Are students leaving University with the right skills to set them up for their future careers?

Presentation Type: Panel Theme: Future of work Sub-theme: Skills Industry: Education, Human Resources & Management, ICT Technical

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