Pre-conference workshops

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2017

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09:00 - 12:00
Reimagine Your Business Model

Stop lying to yourself. There is no silver bullet.

If you want to be a game changer, following a prescription will not help you. If it were that easy everyone would be successful.

The world is more complicated than that. We want to help you become a game changer, but we’re not offering you a quick way out.

We’re going off the beaten track, and it’s going to hurt. (A little). There are no shortcuts. The good thing is, you’ll get better at it. You will get results.Throw away your business plan and join this workshop to learn the tools and techniques of strategy design.

Join Australian Business Models Inc ANZ Partner and Strategy Designer, Ben Hamley in this interactive masterclass where he will introduce the battle-tested innovation and strategy design methodology of Business Models Inc and providing practical tools to help you understand how your business can create, deliver and capture new value in the future.

Workshop Moderator:

Ben Hamely workshop moderator for Reimagine your businessBen Hamley
Partner and Strategy Designer
Business Models Inc

 

13:00 - 16:00
Innovating in a transforming world - marrying together innovation and technology

This afternoon workshop is focused on bringing ideas and technology together and the methods to achieve optimal outcomes. It will enable you to use models recently developed in New Zealand, and examples in the food, bio-tech, transport and JPL (curiosity programme - EDL) space.

This interactive masterclass will introduce Downer’s collaboration for innovation from the most unlikely of allies – rocket scientists and brain surgeons. Glen will take you on a journey of Downer’s collaboration with NASA-JPL’s CTO, Tom Soderstrom, and how to balance smart innovations with long-term goals.

Workshop Co-Moderators:

Glen Willoughby
General Manager Information Technology
Downer

Tom Soderstrom
Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA JPL