What is the Governors Program?
The Warren Centre’s Governors Program provides a monthly lunchtime presentation in a private setting that affords the opportunity to gain early insider access to discussions about key business issues. Each briefing links like-minded executives facing similar challenges from a broad spectrum of engineering and technology-related businesses.
The Program allows some of the most established leaders and innovative minds in industry to mingle in a relaxed environment and to discuss current developments of vital relevance in the context of their respective businesses.
Benefits of joining the Governors’ Program
The Governors Program offers a point of difference in presenting privileged insights into the macro issues affecting Australian business. From technology and data to skills supply chains and global markets, the Governors Program provides expert guidance from leading practitioners to help drive strategic planning and productivity.
Networking with fellow senior executives and gaining insight for the latest innovations and trends yields genuine business dividends. The Warren Centre’s Governors Program provides a unique opportunity for technology-facing business leaders to exchange ideas and meet informally in a non-competitive environment with C-level peers from industry, government, finance and academia.
Participation in the Governors Program provides direct access to all Warren Centre activities and events.
“The Governors’ Program provides a unique opportunity to engage with leaders in technology companies. We are able to discuss each other’s approaches to fast changing global industries and practices, and to learn from each other various ways of addressing these” – Christopher Janssen, Managing Director GPC Electronics
The Warren Centre brings together Academics, Business people and Innovators. The Governors Program highlights the working relationship of these groups and is presented by industry leaders who provide insight across a wide range of core business themes including commercialisation, finance, infrastructure and R&D.” – Neville Mitchell, Chief Financial Officer & Company Secretary, Cochlear Limited
How to become involved
To become a member of The Warren Centre’s Governors Program, please contact The Warren Centre’s Executive Director, Ashley Brinson, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02 9351 3756.
The program is supported by a modest membership fee which covers all Governors events and attendance at other The Warren Centre events including the annual Innovation Lecture.