AIRG Winter Meeting 2014 Presentations
Models for high performance companies: Creativity, innovation and resilience
The Royce Hotel, 379 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, 26-27 August 2014
The AIRG Winter Meeting explored how companies maintain high performance over time through both tough and easier economic cycles. The initial part of the program allowed for a number of large to small companies and research infrastructure to be showcased as examples of innovative, creative and/or resilinet organisations. The rest of the meeting focussed on resources for supporting innovation and some new engagement and collaboration models emerging from a diverse range of organisations to help improve technological innovation outcomes.
Program and Presentations
Juergen Schneider, Siemens: Resilience as an opportunity
Peter Gray, 3M Australia: Increasing Innovation Impact
Stephen Tomisich, Trajan Scientific and Medical: Business Model Innovation and Risk Profiles in Analytical Science
Stuart Elliott, Planet Innovation: How a flexible business model can be a weapon of mass appeal
Greg Storr, ANSTO: The Benefits of Connecting Nuclear Science and Technology to Industry
Mark Bonnar, Southern Cross Venture Partners: VC's getting lost in the Crowd: Will traditional venture capital investing be replaced by crowd-funding?
Greg Redden, Western Australia, AusIndustry: Current Government Funding Options
Buzz Palmer, Small Technology Cluster Australia: 'To Boldly Grow ...'
Niall Byrne, Science in Public: Turning research into stories and pitches that work
Joseph Lawrence, Monash University: An industry wide collaboration model for innovation
George Collins, Swinburne University of Technology: Effective and productive engagement from universities
Michael Egan, CSIRO: SME Engagement Centre, Model, Measurement and Outcomes
Jeremy Stone, GHD: Innovation Interchange
Charles Day, The Carlton Connect Initiative: The Parkville National Employment Cluster
Ken Mirams, AIRG: Update on the CAESIE Program