Dear BGS Members,
Our friends from University of Sydney have invited us to yet another interesting 'Business Not As Usual' webinar series. Please find below the event details below:
The ‘Business Not as Usual’ webinar series is where we explore many of the different aspects organisations, employers, teams and employees are facing. This webinar will explore which leadership characteristics, competencies, models and frameworks will work with AI and Machine Learning as organisations move to augmented workplaces.
Join Professor Greg Whitwell, Dean of the Business School, Alan Hargreaves Managing Director, Copabella Investments and Dr Catriona Wallace, Founder & CEO at Ethical AI Advisory as they explore the future of leadership in a post COVID-19 world.
Wednesday 9th September - 1pm to 2pm (AEST)
Zoom Webinar (link will be confirmed, closer to the date)
Complimentary for BGS members
60 minutes - Panel discussion with audience Q&A
(Prior questions can be directed to www.slido.com using the event code #BNAUW7)
Professor Greg Whitwell, Dean of the University of Sydney Buisness School
Dr Catriona Wallace, Founder & CEO at Ethical AI Advisory
Catriona has been recognised by the AFR as Australia’s Most Influential Woman in Business & Entrepreneurship. Based between Australia and the US, she is the Founder of consulting practice, Ethical AI Advisory and also the Founder & Director of Artificial Intelligence company Flamingo Ai - the second only woman led business to list on the Australian Stock Exchange. Dr Wallace has a PhD from Sydney Uni & UNSW and is an Adjunct Professor at the Australian Graduate School of Management. Catriona is one of the world’s most cited experts on Artificial Intelligence, ethics, women in leadership and crisis leadership. Recently the Royal Institution of Australia recognised her as one of Australia’s pre-eminent scientists, she sits on the Boards of BOAB AI Accelerator and Responsible Technology Australia, is a philanthropist, human rights activist and …. mother of five.
Alan Hargreaves, Managing Director, Copabella Investments
Alan has spent 40 years in international business. An Economics graduate of Sydney University, he is author of three management books and has built businesses in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and New York. He remains heavily engaged in Asian business. Alan is a Director of leading-edge electronics firm, Beyonics, and of the Singapore-listed oil & gas corporation, Amos. He is an advisor to several Asian venture capital funds and sits on the Advisory Board of the Hong Kong-based private equity firm, Shaw Kwei & Partners.
If you are interested, please register here –
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