Date : 12-13 September, 2022
Time : Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
400 years from now, society will look back and see this juncture in history as a defining one. What they see will be coloured by the philosophies that guide our thinking and actions today – how we live, how we let live; how we choose to govern and be governed; how we get to know each other and study and build knowledge of our times together.
At the 2022 National Conference, we explore how the philosophies of our time affect the practice and function of business. We consider how the unique ethical and moral underlays of our time, drive and underpin the stakeholder ecosystem and the value chain for business, government, and community. And how that impacts the way our governance systems are framed, and how we determine acceptable risk. In keeping with the times, this will be a hybrid event with delegates able to join us via live link through our conference platform.
Opening address: Professor Edward Freeman, Elis and Signe Olsson Professor of Business Administration, Darden School of Business
CSIRO Director, National Artificial Intelligence Centre, Stela Solar
Humanitix Co-founder and Co-CEO, Adam McCurdie
Queensland Ballet Chair, Julieanne Alroe
Award-winning Author and Journalist, Director, Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom, Professor Peter Greste
And so many more!