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Global Trends that will Disrupt Organisations in 2019 Seminar

About the event

DMCC hosted a seminar on “Global Trends that will Disrupt Organisations in 2019” in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).

Organisations around the world are facing unprecedented disruption. Are traditional governance frameworks able to deal with this change?

Edward Palmisano, Head of International at the Australian Institute of Company Directors, speaks regularly with global directors and the international business community on emerging governance challenges. In this talk, he shared insights from around the world and explore how to build organisational resilience in the face of disruption.

The seminar covered the following topics: 

  • Technology
  • Diversity
  • Trust
  • Culture
  • Social licence
  • Change

Event details

Where

Almas Conference Centre

When

9:00am - 10:30am, 17 Oct 2018

Price

Free for DMCC Members

Registration starts at 8:30am

Additional Information

Agenda

0830 - 0900

Registration and Breakfast

0900 - 0905

Krysta Fox, Executive Director, DMCC Free Zone
Welcome by DMCC

0905 - 0930

Edward Palmisano, Head of International at the Australian Institute of Company Directors

Global Trends that will Disrupt Organisations in 2019

0930 - 0950

Q&A Session

0950 - 1030

Closing & Networking

Speakers

Edward Palmisano, Head of International at the Australian Institute of Company Directors

Edward Palmisano is a regular speaker on global governance and has spoken at events in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Russia, UAE, Thailand and Fiji.

As Head of International at the Australian Institute of Company Directors, he has led experienced unprecedented international growth and his team won the NSW Emerging Exporter Award in 2017. As a former diplomat, he represented Australia at international negotiations, served at the Australian Embassy in Spain and specialised in international law.

He was awarded an Australia Day Citation in 2006. He is admitted to the High Court of Australia, is on the Board/Council of the Art Gallery Society of NSW and is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust.

Edward holds a Masters in international relations from Cambridge University, and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons 1) and Bachelor of Laws from Sydney University. He speaks Spanish.

How to find us

Almas Tower