This workshop offers practical insights into understanding and embracing the notion of digital disruption. The issues addressed include:
- methods and applications of disruptive innovation
- how to be the disruptor, not the disruptee
- the impacts of rapid technological change and growing environmental uncertainty
- responding to digital disruption by new and existing competitors
- transforming the technological capabilities of your organisation.
Who should participate?
This one-day workshop is for senior executives, team leaders and managers looking to be proactive in the face of digital disruption, to thrive and prosper by becoming more innovative through technology, and to secure the long-term viability of their organisations.
Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz is Chair in Digital Economy, coming to the role after being Senior Director of Products and Innovation at SAP. Marek now leads an ambitious research agenda to inform and influence a robust digital economy in Brisbane, and beyond. He converts opportunities in the digital economy into research outcomes of global relevance.
Dr Tony Peloso is an experienced corporate educator, having taught undergraduate, graduate and MBA classes since 1997, first at Arizona State University and now at QUT. Tony has strong expertise in strategic thinking, innovation and creative processes, and strategy implementation. His research interests include organisational climates and corporate reputation.
Where + When:
- Thursday 3 May 2018, 9am-4.30pm
$850 (GST included)
QUT alumni and staff: $725 (GST included)
Groups of 3 or more: $725 (GST included) per person