This summit brings together world-class researchers and experienced industry leaders to share and discuss cutting edge insights through interactive panel discussions and practical research presentations.

Learn from the experience and insights of our panellists, such as Paul Scurrah (CEO of Virgin Australia) on navigating through the Covid-19 crisis, and Alan MacSporran (Chair of the Crime and Corruption Commission) on how emerging technology is helping combat corruption and crime. Through industry experience, combined with the latest research insights, this summit will elevate your understanding of how to navigate disruption in a way that builds resilience, maintains stakeholder trust and is ethical.

By attending either a half or full day, you will gain useful knowledge that will help transform and distinguish you and your organisation through these uncertain and challenging times. This important event will address key issues that we are all facing, including:

  • How do I build and manage trust during disruptive events?
  • Why does Artificial Intelligence and big data pose ethical risk? How can our organisation embrace emerging technology in a way that is trust-enhancing?
  • Why do good people do bad things?
  • How vulnerable is my organisation to corruption?
  • How do I make responsible decisions at the ethical edges, where hard regulations meet soft cultural controls?
  • What are the impacts of broken trust and poor governance for my organisation and how do I turn it around?

Join us for this unique opportunity to learn, engage and network with expert researchers and influential leaders across multiple industries.

We hope to see you at this event, either in person or online. Tickets to attend in person are limited so we recommend registering early. Please feel free to share this event opportunity with others.

Speakers include:

  • Paul Scurrah CEO and Managing Director, Virgin Australia
  • Alan MacSporran, Chair, Crime and Corruption Commission
  • Leanne Kemp, QLD Chief Entrepreneur and CEO of Everledger
  • Barbara-Anne Bensted, Partner Digital Delta, KPMG 
  • Ross Barnett, Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner
  • Brett Sangster, Partner, McCullough Robertson
  • Mike Kaiser, Partner, KPMG
  • Mark Ainsworth, Deputy Commissioner, QLD Racing Integrity Commission 
  • Professor Nicole Gillespie, UQ Business School
  • Associate Professor Sarah Kelly, UQ Business School
  • Professor Janet McColl-Kennedy, UQ Business School 
  • Professor Matthew Hornsey, UQ Business School
  • And many more, view the program below for the full list of speakers

 

  • Cost: In person ticket: $275 all day or $140 half day
               Online ticket: $75

Download the Symposium Program.

About Business School Events

The Business School proudly hosts a range of events throughout the year, independently, in conjunction with The University of Queensland, and with our industry partners. Our events may appeal to audiences of prospective, current or past students, members of the public or industry professionals. 

Venue

The Brisbane Club, 241 Adelaide Street, Brisbane Qld (also offered online via webinar)