2019 - Owning Disruption

Day 1 – Thursday, 9 May

Disruption in the hyper connected world of education: Only the fittest will survive

Speaker: Professor Jane den Hollander AO – Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University

My eQuals Project – What’s Next?

Speakers: Neil Robinson – Interim Head University Services, University of Melbourne / Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington – Professor of History, Australian National University / Andrew Trnacek – Chief Executive Officer, Higher Education Services

Owning Digital Disruption

Speaker: Ray Fleming – Higher Education Industry Director, Microsoft Australia

A Disruptive Year in Review and IR Life Lessons

Speakers: Stuart Pill – Partner, Clayton Utz / Jennifer Wyborn – Partner, Clayton Utz

A New Era in Labour Regulation?

Speaker: Professor Andrew Stewart – Professor of Law, Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide

Day 2 – Friday, 10 May

Considering the complications, contradictions and costs of digitalisation for university research and researchers

Speaker: Professor Lucy Taksa – Co-Director Centre for Workforce Futures and Professor of Management, Macquarie University

Disruption, change and negative workplace behaviours

Speaker: Professor Maryam Omari – Executive Dean, School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University

HR as a Major Disruptor

Speakers: Fiona Reed – Executive Director, Human Resources, La Trobe University / Jane Booth – Executive Director, People Talent and Culture, University of South Australia

The Challenges of Creating disruption in a demanding customer Market

Speakers: Alastair Dawson – Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (International and Services), CQUniversity / Barbara Miller – Director, People and Culture, CQUniversity

Innovation is for Everyone: A case study of institutional cultural transformation

Speakers: Professor Jessica Vanderlelie – Pro Vice-Chancellor Student Success, La Trobe University / Fiona Reed – Executive Director, Human Resources, La Trobe University