Topics & Speakers
Con Georgiou – How culture eats strategy for breakfast
Jed White – The Boulder experience: Creating a tech-city ecosystem
Michelle Williams – Participation is the New Consumption
Wyn Jones & Warren Reilly (UoN) - Bird Flu, Al-Qaeda and 3D Printing: Which one scares you the most?
Christian Lafrance - A shortcut to improve the focus and adoption of your innovation
Kali Williams - Bossy or Bro? How not to be a douche in a digital age
Phil Smart – The Burning Man
Gary Ellem - Designing a Car You Don’t want to Own
Nancy Georges - Why every business is a retailer
Clinton Cowin - The Mobile Revolution: Paper to the Cloud in Trades & Services Industry
Jeff Julian – The Superhuman Age
The Future of Retail
The Future of Education
Filip Reese - Creating Digital Products the Silicon Valley Way
Nancy Georges: Customer Service in the Age of “ME”
Open Innovation Scrum: What are the qualities of an innovativepersonality and how can we cultivate and sustain them?
Mark Hutton: The Design Thinking Challenge
General Assembly: Launch your own website in 2-hours
Heidi Alexandra-Pollard & Christina Gerakiteys: Creativity & Innovation on a Shoestring
Janet Hopkins - Hacking mental health
Daniel Donahoo - Why Montessori would have loved digital technology?
Michelle Blanchard - Keeping young people connected, safe and well online
Larissa Hjorth – Visualising Ambient Play
Verity Blackman - Technology Helps Save Lives in Suicide Prevention
Randal Newton-John - Using technology to save lives
Elisabeth Tuckey - Got a lot going on? No Shame in talking it out.
Frances Kay-Lambkin – Technology and the treatment of mental health and addictive disorders
Jaelea Skehan, Sean Parnell, Elisabeth Tuckey, Chris Wagner & Marc Bryant - Embracing a digital paradigm when communicating about mental health
Jo Robinson, Jaelea Skehan & Michelle Blanchard - Young People, Social Media and Suicide Prevention
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Learn some of the key strategies and processes used by successful Silicon Valley startups to turn ideas into viable products. This workshop will explore a framework that helps innovators breakdown a new product into its composite pieces. Participants will learn how to prioritise key parts and features as well as valuable skills to help organize teams to efficiently execute the vision. The interactive workshop will combine a theoretical framework with real world examples, giving participants an opportunity to put their…
Frances Kay-Lambkin, NHMRC CRE in Mental Health and Substance Use The use of technology, such as computerised and internet-based programs, has typically been applied to people experiencing mild-moderate mental health symptoms. However, promising research emerging from Australia indicates that people with psychotic disorders, as well as those with severe depression and alcohol/other drug use disorders, have ready access to the Internet, report using the internet to search for information about their mental health problems, and are open to using internet-based…
Verity Blackman, Lifeline From its start in 1963, Lifeline has been a user of technology in the pursuit of its vision of an Australia Free of Suicide. The commencement of a telephone crisis line 51 years ago was an innovative use of the telephone, which at that time was a technology still finding its way into all homes in Australia. Showing our national predisposition to adopting new technologies, the Lifeline telephone crisis line, now known as 13 11 14, is…
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