Recharging and raising enterprise wide productivity

Recharging and raising enterprise wide productivity

VIC
Oct 04

For registration information regarding this event please contact Jun Lee Sia on 03 9652 8414.

Pushing Productivity in Business, the final of CEDA's three-part 'Economic Reform and the Productivity Challenge' series, will look at how businesses experiencing sustained competition for skills are meeting the challenge through innovative and flexible work practices.

Speakers

 

 Public event
 04/10/2011
 Zinc @ Federation Square, Melbourne, VIC

 Economy
 Lunch (11.45am to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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OVERVIEW

Recharging and raising productivity, the final of CEDA's three-part lunchtime series, will look at how leading organisations experiencing sustained competition for skills are meeting the challenge through open-mindedness and innovation. Increasing productivity in the national economy is heavily reliant on driving it in business and industry through a variety of strategies. Businesses who fail to meet the challenge are at risk of being left behind and unable to attract the skills they need to meet ambitious expansion plans. 

The final event in CEDA's productivity series will hear from business and industry leaders in the sectors that are confronted with a myriad of skill market challenges.  They will discuss their strategies for recharging and raising current workforce contribution and share innovations designed with 2015 productivity in mind.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Albert Goller
Chairman and Managing Director, Siemens Australia

Giam Swiegers
Chief Executive Officer - Australia, Deloitte

SUPPORTED BY CEDA MEMBERS

Deloitte Siemens

Registration fees (incl GST)

CEDA members and guests

$170 per person
$1292.50 table of 8
$1581 table of 10
$1463 early bird table of 10
(available until 30.8.11 - online bookings only)

Non members

$280 per person

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