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Reconciling Risk and Disruption

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Disruptors Co

Level 4, 91 Campbell Street

Cnr Batman Lane and Campbell Street

Surry Hills, NSW 2010

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A hands-on workshop designed for those charged with developing strategy and navigating digital transformation within their organisation.

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Reconciling the gap between the risk of disruption and the risk of innovation is one of the key challenges facing business managers today.

But how do you judge which is the greater risk - embracing risky change or sticking with what you know, when the whole framework of what you know could be under threat?

At our Risk and Disruption workshop, you will learn how to determine your company's risk of disruption, and the strategies you can use to tackle short, medium and longer term risks.

We guide you through the process of risk identification, definition, prioritisation and resourcing. Then we provide you with methods for calculating appropriate investment in innovation that helps you balance the associated risk and reward.

Participants in the workshop will:

  • Explore the key disruption factors facing business
  • Determine risk amplitude of their business and those in their supply chain
  • Develop understanding of the scope of innovation and match these to risk assessment
  • Apply the risk and disruption model to case studies including their own business
  • Network with other business executives, and explore opportunities to help one another.

Research presented at the 2019 World Economic Forum noted that disruption is intensifying around the globe, and the gulf between those embracing change and those falling behind is growing. The time to be assessing what's best for your organisation is now.

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Gavin Heaton

Gavin advises boards and leadership on innovation strategy, marketing, data-driven product development and corporate venturing. He leads labs and accelerator programs, coaches startups and is a sought after public speaker. Gavin is also the Chair of Vibewire, a youth-led social enterprise based in Sydney, Australia.

Joanne Jacobs

Joanne is a life-long educator and has published research on strategic use of emergent technologies in business as well as technology in education. She is also an Industry Fellow at University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

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Disruptors Co

Level 4, 91 Campbell Street

Cnr Batman Lane and Campbell Street

Surry Hills, NSW 2010

Australia

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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