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31 March event - Strategy and planning in uncertain times

posted 28 Feb 2016, 18:27 by Stuart Jones   [ updated 30 Mar 2016, 16:49 by Michelle Stewart ]
Hardly a day goes by when we are not reminded of the uncertain era we live in. The glory years of the mining boom have tailed off rapidly, share markets are volatile and China’s economy is slowing. Consumer tastes are fickle and new technologies and business models emerge in the blink of an eye – sometimes with devastating effect on existing players. Uncertainty is a threat but it is also an opportunity. If we learn how to better set and reset strategy and plan for flexibility in implementation, we can ride, and even get ahead of, the waves of change.

To help businesses and not for profit enterprises address the challenges of this uncertain period of our history The Leading Partnership has assembled an impressive range of speakers and some great, easy to use models to assist in the strategy and plan formation process.

Join us on 31 March for breakfast and stimulating discussion.

Speakers
Mr Peter Joseph AM
Peter is Chairman, the Black Dog Institute, Chairman, St James Ethics Centre, Chairman, The Health Science Alliance – which is a major academic health science centre bringing together key players on the Randwick health campus. Peter is also the former Chairman of Dominion Mining Limited, The GPT Group, and St Vincents and Mater Health, Sydney and St Ignatius College, Riverview. Peter will speak about how he goes about assembling disparate partners to form, major unincorporated joint ventures.

Mr Nigel Wild FAICD
Nigel is a founding Partner of The Leading Partnership. Nigel has global experience in bringing together complex power supply projects involving budgets of 100s of millions of dollars. He has consulted in this field across Australia, Singapore, the UK and has consulted extensively in South Africa. Nigel will speak about how he uses shared values and purpose to formulate a shared vision and commitment across the diverse players in the power sector.

Katie Docherty
Chief Information Officer, HSBC Bank Australia
As the CIO, Katie is the estate owner within the global IT organisation, for Australia, and responsible for promoting the IT organisation and ensuring coverage of IT service offerings consumed within country.  Katie’s background includes both in-house technology services as well as external consulting giving her a broad range of experience in both support services & transformational change.  Prior to joining HSBC, she held senior technology positions within UK based IT consulting services including Logica and SAIC, delivering technology solutions across multiple sectors from utilities to defense services.

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