Past events


Mar 18
Pragmatic productivity impreovemnet, how Australian enterprises are lifting their game


NSW - Women in Management Launch

Mar 17
The presence and status of Australian women in paid employment has improved dramatically over the last 50 years. However, the progression of professional women into positions of leadership has been slow. It is widely recognised that women remain under-represented as Chief Executives and Executive Managers across all industry sectors. The Leadership Challenge: Women in Management an independent report authored by Dr Hannah Piterman and contributed to by leading Australian organisations, recognises that committed organisational leadership is required to reap the economic and broader performance dividend that can be achieved by optimising the role of women in senior management.


ACT - CEDA/ATRF National Tax Forum

Mar 12
2008 Tax Policy Directions Forum - Key tax policy issues for 2008 and beyond Over the last 25 years, Australia has experienced ongoing and important tax reforms. However, there remains more to achieve and both newly emerging and strengthening pressures point towards a need for renewed reform and policy directions.Following the recent change of Federal Government, CEDA and the Australia Tax Research Foundation (ATRF) are jointly convening a high-level tax policy directions forum to examine key policy choices for taxation system reform required to strengthen the nation’s economic development.


Tasmanian Economic & Political Overview

Mar 6
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NSW - Business Risk Management - Issues facing Australian bu

Mar 5
Organisations and business leaders are operating in an increasingly global business world and have a growing need to manage risks globally and locally; to anticipate risk interactions; to address interdependencies between parties; and, most importantly, to recover from disruptions faster and stronger. This requires the ability to look at the implications of risks across an enterprise, across regions and across markets from a new perspective - a resilience perspective.A resilience approach recognises the importance and value of taking a holistic, collaborative and integrated approach to risk management. It is also an acknowledgment of the diversity of risks that organisations face in a changing business environment: future energy and environmental sustainability; terrorism; and the heavy reliance businesses have on people, suppliers, systems and information.CEDA is privileged to welcome General Peter Cosgrove AC, MC (retired) to share his insights and experiences on a ne


NSW - Competing in the Talent Wars

Mar 4
Speaker - Brent Pearson, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer


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