DIF2021 Pearcey Institute Roundtable – The Future of Work
Wednesday 25 August 2021; 4:00pm – 6:00pm AEST
Free to attend!
- How will Ideation and Innovation be managed?
- Is this an opportunity to build a more resilient economy?
- What will the post pandemic business look like?
- How do we transform the culture of what work is?
- What are the social and health considerations?
- Dr Sean Gallagher – Director, Centre for the New Workforce at Swinburne University of Technology
- Sarah Rogers – Partner, Deloitte Consulting
- Professor Peter Brooks AM MD FRACP – Research Lead, Northern Health Melbourne
- Adele Seymon – Director, Deep Green R&D Solutions
- Dr Ian Oppermann – President of the Australian Computer Society
- Professor Jane Burns – Acting CEO, Well and Productive Cooperative Research Centre
The DIF2021 Pearcey Institute Roundtable is part of the Digital Innovation Festival, generously supported by the Victorian Government.
Setting the Scene…
Professor Peter Brooks AM MD FRACP
Professor Jane Burns
Acting CEO, Well and Productive Cooperative Research Centre
Professor Jane Burns is a health strategist passionate about mental health, wellbeing and innovation. She is Chair of Open Arms, Veterans Families Counselling Service and a Board Member of the National Disability Insurance Agency.
Jane has over twenty years’ experience as a C-Suite Executive with high profile organisations, beyondblue: the national depression initiative and reachout.com and was the founder and CEO of the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre raising over $100M in capital.
She is the Founder of InnoWell and a Non-Executive Director with the Applied Positive Psychology Learning Institute and Mind Medicines Australia.
Jane was a Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy at the University of California, San Francisco, a VicHealth Fellow in Health Promotion at Orygen Centre for Excellence in Youth Mental Health and an NHMRC Fellow in Suicide Prevention at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, University of Melbourne. Professor Burns has a PhD in medicine from the University of Adelaide.
In recognition for her achievements in entrepreneurship she won the category of Social Enterprise for 2015’s Australian Financial Review and Westpac Group 100 Women of Influence, and was a Victorian Finalist in the 2017 Telstra Business Women’s Awards.
Jane is currently the acting CEO of the Well and Productive CRC and an enterprise professorial fellow at the University of Melbourne.
Dr Sean Gallagher
Dr Ian Oppermann
President, Australian Computer Society; Chief Data Scientist and CEO of the NSW Data Analytics Centre
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