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16 & 17 October 2014

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Topics & Speakers

Con Georgiou – How culture eats strategy for breakfast

Jed White – The Boulder experience: Creating a tech-city ecosystem

Tim Rayner - Peers Incorporated – How to build a home grown collaborative economy

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?

Bane Hunter - Darwin was Wrong – Survival Tools for your Digital Startup

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

Zac Zavos - How to build and shape audiences to increase online traffic

Jeff Julian – The Superhuman Age

Panels

The Future of Retail

The Future of Education

Workshops

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

Health

Janet Hopkins - Hacking mental health

Daniel Donahoo - Why Montessori would have loved digital technology?

Rafael Calvo - Positive Computing: Technologies for wellbeing and human potential

Michelle Blanchard - Keeping young people connected, safe and well online

Luke Pearson - Building a Community of Excellence: Keeping young Indigenous people engaged, connected and safe 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

Health Panels

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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