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Australian Chambers Business Conference 2012
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It is with great pleasure and excitementthat we welcome you all to the
AralaCamber Be Cogre 2012
.
Spakr Highights
We are now in a complex world o shiting business models,rapid advancements in technology and uid government policies.As leading proessionals we need to not only stay ahead othe game but most importantly we need to stay ahead o ourcompetitors.Themed ‘Today Tomorrow and Beyond’, the Australian ChambersBusiness Congress is set to be a sensational event.Over 40 business leaders and entrepreneurs will share withyou their experiences and insights.They will give you thought provoking, pivotal inormation, trendsand ideas that you can use to impact both your business successand your personal perormance.This event is a meeting o minds – a place where companyleaders, business owners and top executives rom aroundAustralia can gather to network with peers, be inspired anddebate challenging issues.We look orward to connecting with you at this importantevent or Australian Business.Yours sincerelyMark Stone,CEO, VECCIStephen Tait,CEO, CCIQNeil MacKinnon,CEO, TCCINigel McBride,CEO, Business SAStephen Cartwright,CEO, NSWBCChris Young,CEO, CCNTJames Pearson,CEO, CCIWAWayne Kayler-Thomson,Executive Ofcer, ACA
WELCOME
 
ROsABEth MOssKAntER
Ere L. ArbckleProeorp a harvarBe scool
Changing the world!Renowned Harvard BusinessProessor inspires cutting-edge innovation, strategy,leadership and culture.Named among the 50 mostpowerul women in the world(Times o London) and the50 most inuential businessthinkers in the world (Accenture and Thinker 50).
MuhAMMAd Yunus
Foer, Gramee Baka 2006 nobel PeacePrze Wer
One o the world’s most visionarybusiness leaders, pioneer o microfnance and initiator o SocialBusiness.Now, Yunus goes beyondmicrocredit - rom collaboratingwith Danone to produce aordable,nutritious yogurt or malnourishedchildren in Bangladesh to buildingeyecare hospitals that will savethousands o poor people rom blindness.
RAndi ZuCKERBERG
Former hea o Markega Facebook a CEO,R o Z Mea
Breaking new ground! Facebook’smarketing secrets revealed byormer Head o Marketing andonline entrepreneur.Zuckerberg was nominated oran Emmy Award in 2011 or herinnovative TV/online coverageo the 2010 mid-term elections.Zuckerberg was recently appointedto the United Nations GlobalEntrepreneurs Council and the World Economic Forum’s GlobalCouncil on Social Media.
RiChARd hAMEs
Corporae Plooper,Fr a Aor ote hame Repor
A pre-eminent corporatephilosopher, knowledgedesigner, inuentialintellectual and strategicpractitioner. Hames worksinternationally as an adviserto governments and is apersonal mentor to headso state and CEOs acrossthe world. By working withgreat leaders and observing their common attitudes andbehaviours, Hames has cracked a universal code based onintelligence, appreciation and collaboration.
JEREMY GutsChE
iovao exper,Foer o treher.coma Aor o Explog Cao
Are you at the cutting edge o cool?Gutsche brings a rare perspectiveon how to unleash innovationwithin your business.Described as an ‘intellectual cano Red Bull’ Gutsche is the award-winning author o ‘ExploitingChaos’, and the ounder oTrendHunter.com, the world’slargest, most popular collectiono cutting-edge trends.
JAMEs O’LOuGhLin
Oe o Arala’ leagcomea, meaperoale a MC’
Since 2004 O’Loughlin has hosted‘The New Inventors’ on ABC TV.From 2002 to 2006 he hosted‘The Evening Show’ on 702 ABCSydney and ABC Local Radio aroundNSW and the ACT. O’Loughlin’sbackground as a commercial andcriminal lawyer, blended with hislive and broadcast comedy hashelped him become a talented andversatile comedian, entertainer and communicator. He speaksregularly on creativity and innovation.
Venue Inormation
Melbore Coveo & Exbo Cere
 
1 Coveo Cere Place, so War ViC 3006
The MCEC is located in the heart o Melbourne on thebanks o the Yarra River, close to the central businessdistrict, shopping and restaurants, adjacent to the CrownEntertainment Complex.
Wireless Internet
Sponsored by SunSuper.Visit the SunSuper Lounge or a resh juice and alsoto access the
SunSuper Lounge wireless network
.Visit the lounge to obtain access details.
Keep up the conversation
Yotbe –
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Conversation using hash tag #ACBC12
Registration Desk
Wednesday 15 August 2012 5.00pm 6.00pmThursday 16 August 2012 7.00am 5.00pmFriday 17 August 2012 8.00am 4.00pm
Coac poe mber
Business Congress registration desk – 03 9235 8651Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre – 03 9235 8000Peninsula, Central Pier Docklands – 03 8623 9600
dre coe
Relaxed business attire is required or all sessionsand the Welcome Reception.Gala Party – cocktail/lounge suit.
WelcomeReception
Sponsored by Mission Australia Employment Solutions.5.30pm – 7pm. Exhibition Floor, Melbourne Convention& Exhibition Centre.Relax with your ellow delegates and exhibitors and makenew contacts over drinks and canapes.
Gala Party
Sponsored by NAB.7pm – 11pm, Peninsula, Shed 14, Central Pier, 161 HarbourEsplanade, Docklands.Melbourne’s newest and most avant garde event spaces,this abulous event oers great ood and entertainment, theopportunity to network and make new contacts and bask inthe ow o ideas and strategy that came out o day one!Peninsula is located in the Docklands precinct, approximately20 minutes walk rom the Convention Centre and along theree City Tram line.
Coac raer o e Gala Pary
6.30pm coach transers will be provided rom the MCECto the Gala Party venue – Peninsula. Coaches will depart romthe MCEC main entrance once flled.Return shuttles will operate approximately every 20 minutesrom 9.30pm returning to congress hotels as required, the lastcoach will depart the venue at approximately 11.15pm.
Parkg or e Gala Pary
Limited car parking is available onsite at Central Pier and issubject to availability. Parking available at Etihad Stadium: EnterEtihad Stadium rom Bourke St or Wurundjeri Way. Exit on ootrom Level B3 (between Channel 7 & AFL House. Walk outonto Harbour Esplanade and across to Central Pier.
 . . . 
 
ALAn OstER
Grop Ce Ecoom,naoal Arala Bak
As Group ChieEconomist NationalAustralia Bank, Alanis a highly respectedand much quotedcommentator onAustralian and global economic trends andpolicy issues.
dR GEOFF RABY
CEO, Geo Raby &Aocae
Dr Geo Raby isChairman and CEO oGeo Raby & Associates,a Beijing-based businessadvisory frm as well asan Independent Directoron the boards o Fortescue Mining Groupand Gloucester Coal.
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Carma o e AvoryBoar, taa Colacyservce
As leader o the AustraliaIndia Business Councilor 6 years, Nevilleceaselessly promotesstronger links between India and Australia.
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drecor o BRitEProeoal servce, A
Director o BRITEProessional Servicesand Proessor in theSchool o Computing andMathematics, UWS, San previously workedor the US National Research Council, NASAAmes Research Center.
LAuRELPAPWORth
Maagg drecor,te Commy Crew
1 o only 3 Australianson the global, Forbes‘Top 50 Social MediaPower Inuencers’, Laurelhas been creating andmanaging online communities or over 20years, including Social TV (Junior Masterche).
Pro GORAnROOs
Carma VVt ieraoala ‘Maacrg or eFre’ tker  Reece,sA Premer 2011
Named one o the13 most inuentialthinkers or the 21st Century, Göran is aworld expert in modern intellectual capitalscience.
dr sWEE MAK
drecor, CsiROFre Maacrgnaoal ReearcFlagp, CsiRO
Dr Swee Mak leadsthe way in Australia’sdevelopment o cleaneradvanced materialsand manuacturingtechnologies.
MEGMcdOnALd
CEO, Low CarboArala
Meg was President oAlcoa Foundation andDirector, Global Issues,Alcoa Inc. Ambassador orthe Environment, 1997-8,Meg was Australia’s lead negotiator or theKyoto Protocol.
ho MARKBiRRELL
Carma, irarcreParerp Arala
Chairman o the peakindustry organisation,Inrastructure PartnershipsAustralia, Mark has playeda prominent role in severalVictorian inrastructure developments asMajor Projects Minister.
CARLOsBusQuEts
depy drecor, depo Polcy a BePracce, iCC
As a ormer internationaltrade negotiator or the USDepartment o Commerce,Carlos participated in the negotiation andimplementation o bilateral and regionalagreements in the Western Hemisphere.
MOniQuEChELin
Fog drecoro MJC saably
Monique’s internationalexperience includessignifcant roles incorporate sustainabilitystrategy developmentand implementation, GHG assurance andclimate change strategy.
MiChELEBERKhOut
Maagg Parer,dgal Bra
Technology-enabledcustomers andemployees are sociallydisrupting organisations.In response to this trend,Michele researches and advocates orincreased digital adoption and innovation.
siMOn BROWn-GREAVEs
drecor, FBG
Simon has over 20 years’involvement in helpingbusinesses align peopleand perormance, helpsolve complex culturalissues and develop greatleadership eectiveness.
sPEAKERs
JiM CuMMAnE
Former Maagg Parero te Vale CreaoGrop
With some o the world’slargest companies, Jimhas led projects ocusingon delivering majorchange successully,including the transer o key new skills tomanagement and others in the organisation.
CARL dALEY
Maagg drecor,M&C Eergy Arala
Head o Global Strategyo M&C EnergyGroup, a specialistinternational energyconsultancy company,Carl has oversight othe consulting services in Australia, NewZealand and Asia.
sAuL EsLAKE
Ce Ecoom Arala& new Zeala, Bak oAmerca Merrl Lyc
One o Australia’s mostrespected economistswith over 25 yearsexperience, Saul joinedBank o America MerrillLynch as Chie Economist Australia & NewZealand in December 2011.
Pro PAuLJ GOLLAn
Pro & Aoc dea, Faclyo B & Ecoomc
Workplace Relationsexpert and author, DrGollan is Proessoro Management andAssociate Dean (Research)in the Faculty o Business and Economicsat Macquarie University.
JiM hAssELL
hea o Procdevelopme & iryRelao, nBnco.
With over 25 yearso experience in theICT industry prior tojoining NBNco, Jim haspreviously served on theBoard o the Australian Inormation IndustryAssociation (AIIA).
KEn hEnRY
specal Aver oPrme Mer
Dr Henry was appointedas a Special Adviser tothe Prime Minister in 2011and is responsible orleading the developmento a White Paper onAustralia in the Asian Century.
GAVin hEAtOn
Foer, servao Cao & drecor osocal Mea, sAP, usA
Leader o the socialmedia strategy or SAPNorth America’s PremierCustomer Network (PCN),with members rom everyindustry vertical - Googlethrough Valero Energy and Nike.
AVRiL hEnRY
Aor a MaagemeCola
One o Australia’s mostinspiring emale leadersand leadership experts,Avril’s latest book isentitled “InspiringTomorrow’s LeadersToday: Breaking Down Generational BarriersAt Work”.
MiChAELKORdAhi
developer Evagel,Mcroo
Evangelist or MicrosotAustralia, Michaelocuses on working withpassionate early adopterso emerging webtechnologies. A tech guy at heart, he liveson the corner o geek and thinker.
JAROd BAKER
Geeral Maager,scoopo
Jared has extensive retailexperience in establishedbrands, including travelcompany Flight CentreLimited—where he tookits UK presence rom 30stores to over 200.
ROB EMMEtt
CEO a oer oMeeMeep.com
An innovator and turner oconvention on its head, Robounded Collins Securitiesin 1993 as Australia’sfrst non-bank mortgageprovider and is now shakingup the courier industry with MeeMeep.com
AdELEFERGusOn
seor be wrera colm, Farax
With more than 20 yearsin journalism, Adelehas a reputation asone o Australia’s mostrespected commentators.Adele is author o Gina Rinehart: The UntoldStory o The World’s Richest Woman.
PAuL McKEnnA
Maagg drecor, CiP
Establishing CIP in 2003,Paul leads the companywith his clear strategicvision and strong drive,dramatically increasingits activities in the pre-lease, land development,construction and joint venture operations.
GiLLiAnFRAnKLin
Foer a Maaggdrecor, te hea Grop
Recognised as one oAustralia’s most innovativemarketers with a passionand commitment tosupporting women inbusiness, Gillian ounded one o Australia’sleading personal care companies.
AdAM GAROnE
CEO a Co-Foer oMovember
One o the ounders oMovember and CEOsince the organisationwas ormed, Adamis recognised or hisoutstanding leadership,marketing vision and entrepreneurship.
dAVid FuLLER
CEO, Foc Pre
David has helpedintroduce sustainablemanuacturing to theprinting industry inAustralia, implementingchange in his ownbusiness to grow andchange with technology and customerdemand.
ROGERLA sALLE
Foer, Marx tkg
Watch spellbound asopportunities materialisebeore your very eyes!Innovation and businessbuilding expert, Roger willlay out his global modelor the simple principles o matrix thinking.
JACKiEKORhOnEn
CEO, ioy Arala
As CEO o InosysAustralia, Jackiehas reocussed topartner with clientsin transormationopportunities. Jackieis a director o the Australian InormationIndustry Association (AIIA).
Pro JudithsLOAn
hoorary ProeoralFellow, MELB ie &Corbg EcoomcEor, te Arala
Judith Sloan is HonoraryProessorial Fellow at theMelbourne Institute oApplied Economic and Social Research at theUniversity o Melbourne.
EVAnthORnLEY
CEO, Beer PlaceArala
Successul entrepreneurand CEO o BetterplaceAustralia, Evan co-ounded Looksmart Ltdand is the FoundingDirector o www.getup.org.au, an onlineactivist network o 400,000 members.
WARWiCKWhitE
Maagg drecor,Coca-Cola Amal (A)
Warwick is ManagingDirector o Australia andNew Zealand, Coca-Cola Amatil (Aust), andresponsible or theBeverages business with a turnover oaround $3.5b.
GuY tAYLOR
drecor o sraegy,byRepao
Brand evangelist,corporate storyteller andbrand mentor, Guy hasspent the past twentyyears researching howorganisations can bestdeliver branded experiences, not simplygreat products or services.
 
Welcome
WEDNESDAY 15 AUGUST 2012
5:30 PM – 7.00 PM
WELCOME RECEPtiOn, Exbo Area
Sponsored by Mission Australia Employment Solutions
DAY 1
THURSDAY 16 AUGUST 2012
8:30 AM Opening Ceremony and Ofcial Welcome Plenary 29:00 AM 
Locao:
Pleary 2
ieraoal Keyoe: ROsABEth MOss KAntER
Ere L. Arbckle Proeorp a harvar Be scool
sperCorp: how Vagar Compae Creae iovao, Prof, Grow a socal Goo
10:30 AMMorning Tea Exhibition Area. Sponsored by Foxtel Business11:00 AM
Locao:
Pleary 2
ieraoal Keyoe: RAndi ZuCKERBERG
CEO, R o Z Mea a Former hea o Markeg, Facebook
Breakg ew gro: Blg Facebook a e re o ocal mea
12:00 PMLunch Exhibition Area1:00 PM 
Locao:
Pleary 2
Keyoe: RiChARd hAMEs
Corporae Plooper, Fr a Aor o te hame Repor
Megare: te re paragm or be
1:45 PM
Locao:
Pleary 2
Pael dco:
Jo Roabe Mo Kaer, Rcar hame, Aele Fergo a Aralabe leaer a ey explore wa oppore a callege are ere  e ew paragm.
2:45 PMAternoon Tea – Exhibition Area. Sponsored by Foxtel Business
STReAm 1: WrkpaSTReAm 2: InfrastruturSTReAm 3: SustainabiitySTReAm 4: manufaturing
Sponsored by Enterprise Connect
STReAm 5: eny
Locao:
Pleary 2
Locao:
Meeg Room 210
Locao:
Meeg Room 211
Locao:
Meeg Room 212
Locao:
Meeg Room 213
3:15 PM
Procvy e workplaceFllg e rarcre gaptop reaablyiovao mperave or AralamaacrgEcoomc relece  a globalecoomy
Pro PAuL J GOLLAn, Proeor o Maageme aAocae dea (Reearc), Facly o Be aEcoomc, Macqare uvery
The workplace has changed and productivity is down.A rethink is required to the way we manage ourworkplaces, the available labour market, skills andindustrial relations structure. Learn about new modelsused by Australian companies to build productiveworkplaces and a competitive advantage.
ho MARK BiRRELL, Carma,irarcre Parerp Arala
Australian cities are booming, our transport and exportacilities stretched. I Australian business is to remaincompetitive and improve productivity, we need toaddress our inrastructure needs - including social,economic and physical. In the lead up to the Federalelection, what are the top 20 inrastructure projects andreorms Australia needs?
MOniQuE ChELin, Fogdrecor o MJC saably
Consumer trends are orcing entire industriesto challenge their business strategies. Smartcompanies are exploring the opportunities insustainability, rom supply chain management tonew products and innovative business models. Learnabout the international trends and how these reshideas could be applied to Australian business.
Pro GORAn ROOs, Carma VVt ieraoala ‘Maacrg or e Fre’ tker Reece, so Arala Premer, 2011
Manuacturing appears to be going to cheapercounties, but is this really the right ormula or theuture o the Australian manuacturing industryor should we be transorming ourselves? Whatinnovative approach can Australian manuacturersadopt to ensure ongoing sustainability and growth?
ALAn OstER,Grop Ce Ecoom, naoal Arala Bak
Economies around the world have been conrontedby the most challenging global fnancial andeconomic conditions in 75 years. Australia’seconomy maintained strong growth, with lowunemployment and resilient export sector. Canour economy continue to remain strong in a globaleconomic downturn?4:00 PM
Workplace rbe:impac o gal commcaonBn:solvg or iCt rarcre ee?Be rvval kllor e Low Carbo EcoomyCAsE studY:Maacrg ovao cceCallege  Arala procvy
MiChELE BERKhOut,Maagg Parer, dgal Bra
Social semantic web and digital communications oercompany leaders new ways to engage with their internalmarkets. Understand how digital tribes in the workplacewill impact your overall organisational health - inproductivity, social well-being, trust and innovation.
JiM hAssELL, hea o Proc developme airy Relao, nBnco.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) has been thesubject o much debate as the state o our nation’sICT and its eects on our productivity, innovation andcompetitiveness come under the radar. Explore the issuesbehind the NBN, where it will place Australia globally andwhat it means or your business in the next 5 years.
MEG McdOnALd, CEO, Low Carbo Arala
In order to survive and succeed businesses areincreasingly looking to adopt new energy savingtechnologies to control rising energy costs,improve efciency, competitiveness and increaseenvironmental sustainability. Learn how to embracenew clean energy technology, transorm yourbusiness and the fnancial incentives available.
dAVid FuLLER, CEO, Foc Pre
Australian manuacturing is at the crossroads,challenged on several ronts, but embracingnew opportunities or innovation. Explore a reallie example o how a member o Australia’smanuacturing community is achieving globalsuccess through a new business model and productinnovations.
sAuL EsLAKE, Ce Ecoom Arala & newZeala, Bak o Amerca Merrl Lyc
The dramatic drop in Australia’s productivity hasserious implications or business perormance, livingstandards and economic sustainability. Understandthe trends o productivity in Australia, the impact othis deterioration in productivity on your businessand challenges or every business.4:45 PM
te iral Relao evromete olook or eergy prceacro AaCAsE studY:Embracg gree a Coca-Cola AmalFre o maacrgKck-arg worl rae:smlag e global ecoomy.
Pro Judith sLOAn, hoorary Proeoral Fellow,Melbore ie a Corbg EcoomcEor, te Arala
With productivity alling and increased industrial activity,has the Fair Work Act achieved its objective o providinglaws ‘that are air to working Australians, are exible orbusinesses, promote productivity and economic growth’.This session looks at whether Australia’s current IR lawsare working and what changes could be made.
CARL dALEY, Maagg drecor,M&C Eergy Arala
Escalating costs, increasing energy consumption, ensuringadequate supply and our impact on greenhouse gasemissions - these are issues that the business communitycontinues to struggle with. This session will overview theoutlook or energy supply and process across Asia and theuture challenges or business.
WARWiCK WhitE, Maagg drecor,Coca-Cola Amal (A) Py L
Companies are acing growing pressure to managetheir actions and their aect on society and theenvironment. Once only a concern or a ew niche-market frms sustainability has now moved decidedlyinto the mainstream. Learn how one o the worldsleading companies and most visible consumer brandstook on the challenge and the benefts realised.
dr sWEE MAK, drecor, CsiROFre Maacrg naoal ReearcFlagp, CsiRO
The uture o Australia’s manuacturing industry istied to its willingness and capacity to continue toinnovate, high technology and market integration.Learn about the emerging technologies and theopportunities they represent and how someAustralian manuacturers are leading the way.
CARLOs BusQuEts, depy drecor,deparme o Polcy a Be Pracce,ieraoal Camber o Commerce
Locking-in new multilateral trade liberalizationcommitments and strengthening WTO rules isessential to counter strong protectionist pressuresin the global economy. Concluding the DohaDevelopment Agenda would provide the worldeconomy with a debt-ree stimulus package,generating trade growth in the global economyand, in turn, boosting business confdence and uelincreased private investment.5:30 PMClose7.00 PM – 11.00 PM
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