Friday 5 April Luncheon

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Guest Speaker:      Prof. Danny Samson, Department of Management and Marketing, Faculty of Business and
Economics at Melbourne University

Topic:   The Innovation Imperative – Innovate or Die

Danny Samson has been Professor of Management at the University of Melbourne for thirty years.

In this time, he has:

trained countless senior executives now working in industry
held several leadership roles at the University of Melbourne
founded and directed the Centre for Manufacturing Management
been a board director of the Traffic Accident Commission
led the DIST funded study into ‘International Best Practices in Technology Management’
been a member of the Australian Manufacturing Council
been a member of the Commonwealth Government, Industry Task Force on Leadership and Management

He is passionate about the role of innovation in sustaining competitive advantage and has published over one hundred academic research articles and authored or co-authored books titled:

‘Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Value creation’
‘Technology Management’
‘Implementing Strategic Change’

Danny has earned the status of business management guru in Australia and overseas. His work has had a major impact on the management of corporations across Australia and overseas.

Date:           Friday 5 April 2019

Venue:        The Kelvin Club, 14–30 Melbourne Place

                     (East-side of Russell Street between Little Collins & Bourke)

Time:          12:30 pm for 12:40 pm

RSVP:         COB Wednesday 3 April 2019

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS: MEMBERS: $50 GUESTS: $65

Credit card payment and reservation can be made via Trybooking Link

Please note that a booking fee of $2.30 will apply when using Trybooking.

  •      Dress code is business casual, no denim.
  •      Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
  •      Due to catering requirements, payment will be required despite non-attendance or cancellation after the RSVP date.
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