We’ve been told by the Turnbull Government we need to focus on Innovation in 2016. Have you thought about how you’re going to do that in your company?
We’ll be examining how you can do this from both ‘inside’ your business through fostering a culture of innovation and ‘outside’ of your business - as research points to the idea that real innovation arises from encounters with partnership between groups with different capabilities.
Topics we’ll be exploring include:
- Building a high performance work culture
- Frills and thrills – how to attract and retain talent
- How to embrace ‘failure’
- How to benefit from new technology-enabled markets for labour and skills
- Trends like the Gig Economy and the Uberization of Work
Perfect for SMEs and start-ups to learn how to foster a culture of innovation and make the most of limited resources.
Kimberley trained as a lawyer and practices as business consultant and researcher committed to unlocking potential in people and supporting positive change.
More than 20 years of strategy, leadership and execution in legal practice, financial services, human resource management, consulting and academia.
Kimberley’s research and practice interests include: identity at work, the future of talent and the fragmentation and transformation of traditional career paths.
Janet Sernack - Founder, ImagineNation
Janet has 28 years of experience consulting and leading culture development, change management, leadership and top team education interventions to some of Australasia’s and Israel’s top 100 companies.
Janet’s area of expertise is in developing innovation organizational cultures, leaders, coaches and teams. Co-creating innovation agility through aligning strategy, people, systems and technology.
In 2010 she relocated to the Middle East and joined the Start-Up Revolution and founded ImagineNation™ a global innovation education company using the latest technology and thought leadership enabling people and organisations to develop innovation agility.
Geraldine Nankervis - Director, The Camden Collective
Geraldine has 10 years of HR & Recruitment experience gained within some of Australia’s Top ASX listed companies and more recently with global digital media and technology companies. Currently, she is the Head of HR for new Australian tech startup, Unlockd, and Director of her own HR Consultancy, The Camden Collective, which assists startups and SMEs in taking a people-first approach when running their business.
Geraldine led HR within the APAC region for a company that was recognised as one of Australia’s Top 50 Best Places to Work for three years running and is passionate about ensuring that organisations know how good they can become through the implementation of simple and creative people, performance and engagement strategies.