The key to a successful organisational and cultural transformation lies in way you empower, embrace and manage your people.
After a successful launch last year, we’ve returned with our 2nd Annual Culture and Change for Business Transformation 2018 Summit, set to take place in Melbourne on 23 – 24 October 2018.
View the program here.
The summit will bring together industry experts across from Australia to share their everyday stories, new initiatives, lessons learnt and projects to inspire and support leaders wanting to change the culture of large and complex organisations.
Here’s a snapshot of the expert speaker panel:
- Sarah Elizabeth (Tooker) Graham, Employee Communications & Culture Manager, Twitter USA
- Lisa Morgan, Sub Value Stream Lead – World Class Finance, Telstra
- Stacey Scott, Head of Change Release Management, Westpac
- Will Carey-Hill, Manager Leadership Development, Commonwealth Bank Australia
- Santhoshi Chander, Head of Program & Change Management Office, NSW Health – HealthShare
- Jane King, Deputy Commissioner, Enterprise Culture, Change and Innovation, Australian Taxation Office
- View more speakers and their sessions here
Don’t miss your opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and learn about creating good culture and change for business transformation.
This year, we will be highlighting topics on:
- Improving business profits and performance with end-to-end technology transformations
- Increasing engagement and minimise resistance by embedding practices, mindsets and behaviours across all levels that support your strategic vision
- Enhancing competitive advantage by cultivating the appropriate leadership change management style to improve company culture and performance
Take a look at the official event guide for a full list of speakers, sessions and discounts!
The early bird offer ends on COB Friday the 7th of October (save up to $650). There are a handful of discounted passes remaining.
Ticket Cost: From $3399. Early bird discounts available.
The Pullman Albert Park in Melbourne