Vision30: The Next 30 Years of Innovation
NEWS UPDATE (28 November): Professor Mark Dodgson led the first Vision 30 Follow-On Seminar at the University of Sydney on Thursday 28 November at 6PM.
NEWS UPDATE (26 November): Speakers’ presentations are now available as slides to download and audio podcasts.
From technology innovation to industry leadership: a new vision for Australia
To celebrate 30 years of innovation, The Warren Centre led a discussion to create a vision and strategy for Australian industries for the next 30 years.
The event took place in Sydney on Friday 8 November. We livetweeted at twitter.com/TheWarrenCentre and #TWCVision30 – continue the conversation! Selected presentations and photos are available to download here and on our Facebook page facebook.com/TheWarrenCentre. Videos and a summary e-book will be available shortly.
The discussion continues at our series of Vision30 Follow-On Seminars, starting with Professor Mark Dodgson speaking about Australia on the Global Innovation Stage on Thursday 28 November.
What might be • What can be • What should be
Presented by Australia’s industry leaders and thinkers, including:
- Keynote speaker: Ian Thomas, President, Boeing Australia & South Pacific
- Matt Barrie – CEO, Freelancer.com
- Catherine Caruana-McManus – Smarter Cities Executive, IBM
- Branko Celler – Principal Scientist R&D Strategy, CSIRO Computational Informatics
- Professor Martin Cole – Chief of CSIRO Animal, Food and Health Sciences
- Chris Delaney – CEO, Goodman Fielder
- Professor Andy Dong – Future Fellow & Warren Centre Chair for Engineering Innovation
- Hugh Durrant-Whyte – CEO, NICTA
- Bronwyn Evans – CEO, Standards Australia
- Alan Finkel – President, ATSE and Chancellor, Monash University
- Bruce Grey – CEO, Advanced Manufacturing CRC
- Peter Leonard – Partner, Gilbert + Tobin
- James Bradfield Moody – CEO, TuShare
- Barry Murphy – Past President, Caltex Australia
- Greg Stone – CTO, Microsoft Australia
- John Webster – CEO, Foodbank
Click here to download the Vision30 flyer (PDF, 807 kB).
Conversation began Friday 8 November, 2013
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