Defining and Responding to the “Next Normal”
In this complex and uncertain world, organisations need to shift the way they analyse, look at and manage risk, as well as rethink what business resilience will mean in the future. As companies start planning for the “next normal”, organisations must ensure they have the right information at hand to make effective and meaningful decisions along the way.
- How have the local and global risk landscapes changed over the past 6-12 months?
- What will returning to work and the “next normal” actually look like?
- How can organisations understand the breadth and depth of ‘Systemic Risk’, including geopolitical uncertainty, regulatory developments and business disruption?
- How can businesses obtain real-time information, and how can this help inform risk-management and business-resilience strategies?
CTO of Cloud and Cyber Security at Macquarie Telecom Group
CISO at Ramsay Health Care
CRO at Australia Post
CTO of Cyber & ICT Solutions at Optus
COO of Global FX at Commonwealth Bank
Head of Risk & Governance, AGL Operations at AGL Energy
Head of IT Operations at Macquarie Telecom
Head of Risk & Compliance at Deakin University
Head of Technology Strategy & Architecture at BNZ
Head of Risk Models and Support, Business Banking Risk at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank
Head of Risk & Compliance at Australian Unity
Head of Data Visualization, Data Analytics at MLC Life Insurance
Head of Compliance, Business & Private Banking at National Australia Bank
Head of Group Technology at Qantas
Director of Risk Management at University of NSW
Interim Director of Risk & Assurance at Macquarie University
GM of Risk Reporting & Insights at BNZ
GM of Enterprise Technology at Vicinity Centres
GM of Information Technology at Transdev Australia
Manager of Information Security at John Holland
Acting GM, Safety & Assurance at Transdev Australasia
2:50 pm: Guests to check-in online
3:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
3:05 pm: Introduction of participants
3:10 pm: Short address from Dataminr
3:15 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
4:30 pm: End of session
Journalist, Author, Researcher
Brad holds over two decades of experience in investigating and interpreting technology-driven changes. He has also authored the books ‘Innovation and Emerging Markets’, ‘A Faster Future’ and ‘Managing for Change’, which all expound on commercial technology and the impact of change.
He was previously an editor at the Australian weekly business magazine BRW and a writer for the national newspaper The Australian. Currently, Brad is on a freelance basis writing research reports under a number of publications and organisations. He holds a wide-range of experience in keynote speaking and facilitating focused on topics relating to technology-driven change within business and society.