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QLD: SIBA|GITA Free Knowledge event: Come and be part of Urbanville- a hypo...

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Griffith University Southbank- Graduate Business centre behind Ship Inn

447 Stanley Street

Graduate Business Centre S07 Rm 2.16/2.18

Brisbane, QLD 4101

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Join us for something a little different at this months Knowledge conversation. Deanna Hutchinson SIBA|GITA's CEO will be facilitating a session you can all be a part of, planning for our future.

You are invited to attend a community meeting of the hypothetical city of Urbanville. The question we are addressing in the session is “is planning about the destination or the journey?” Further, how is the planning response different for each? How prepared are we as a community for an unknown destination?

Some of the things we will discuss in our hypothetical city are:

· disruption is a trajectory away from “normal”

· it usually involves destroying something in order to create something new

· disruption is most distressing to people who can’t/won’t adapt

· is not always about technology

· occurs across variable timeframes

· is a signal of deep change


We will have some guest panelists from our SIBA|GITA Board and Branch as well representatives from Griffith University and the UN.

Please come and help us discuss and decide the future of Urbanville. This will be a fun and interactive session followed by some networking drinks at the Ship Inn after the discussion.


The room will be open from 5pm but we will start at 5:30

The formal discussion will last approximately until 6:30

We will then move to the Ship Inn for a beverage and to continue the discussions in a less formal setting

We hope you can join us.

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Griffith University Southbank- Graduate Business centre behind Ship Inn

447 Stanley Street

Graduate Business Centre S07 Rm 2.16/2.18

Brisbane, QLD 4101

Australia

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