The ascent of the adaptive enterprise: the opportunity of the digital economy
Business leaders worldwide have had to respond to widespread disruption and unpredictability during the global pandemic, rapidly pivoting their business models, accelerating digital transformation, and up-levelling their online customer experience.
Research by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has shown that the capacity for businesses to anticipate change and swiftly adapt has been a major determinant of resilience and growth.
- What core characteristics allow enterprises to be adaptive, and how can an innate ability to navigate change be a source of competitive advantage?
- How are business leaders continuing to navigate uncertainty while unlocking new revenue streams and growth opportunities?
- What strategies are business leaders pursuing in response to the growing momentum of eCommerce and the opportunities of the digital economy?
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CPO and Founder at LiveHire
CCO at Property Exchange Australia
Chief Technology Officer at Kogan.com
Chief Transformation Officer at PEXA
Managing Director of Third Party at Judo Bank
VP of Global Channels at PageUp
Head of Retail eCommerce at Treasury Wine Estates
Head of Planning at Foxtel Group
Head of Finance at Australian Red Cross
Head of Finance Operations at Equiem
Head of Finance, Operations & Reporting at Jetstar Airways
Head of FOX Sports at FOX SPORTS Australia
Head of Data Value & Enablement at AGL Energy
GM Enterprise Technology at Vicinity
Digital BA Practice Lead at Australian Unity
12:00 pm: Arrival of guests
12:30 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
12:35 pm: Short address by Stripe
12:45 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group over lunch
1:45 pm: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
2:30 pm: Guests normally start leaving