Productivity of Services - Research Report

Productivity of Services - Research Report

SA
Jun 20
This event follows the release of CEDA's major research report in 2017 that will examine the economic consequences of Australia's productivity performance in the service sector. This event will provide an opportunity for attendees to hear from report authors, leading thinkers and to put forward your questions.

Speakers

Helen Zimmerman, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Navitas
Philip Le Feuvre, Head of Engagement, PwC Skills for Australia

Event overview

CEDA will release a research report in June 2017 that will examine the economic consequences of Australia's productivity performance in the service sector. This report, Improving service sector productivity: the economic imperative, will assess the productivity performance of the sector and discuss policies and areas that can contribute to an improvement in the productivity of services.

The CEDA Adelaide event will focus on the role of education and training as an enabler of the service sector and the following questions will be explored:

  • Does our education and training system meet the current and future needs of the service sector?
  • What are the barriers to improving the quality and types of service sector skills that are required?
  • What can be done to improve the role of education and training for the service sector?
All attendees will receive a copy of the CEDA research report
 

Meet the speakers

Helen Zimmerman
Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Navitas

Philip Le Feuvre
Head of Engagement, PwC Skills for Australia

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