“WICKED PROBLEMS, GREAT OPPORTUNITIES!

Leadership and courage for volatile times”

28–30 November 2012 Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, Australia
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Baroness Susan Greenfield (UK)

Baroness Susan
Greenfield (UK)

Director of the Institute for the Future of the Mind, Oxford University

Michael T. Jones (USA)

Michael T. Jones (USA)

Chief Technology Advocate, Google

Wade Davis (USA)

Wade Davis (USA)

Anthropologist, Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society

Geoff Mulgan (UK)

Geoff Mulgan (UK)

Chief Executive of NESTA, the UK’s National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts

Professor Nadia Rosenthal (UK)

Prof. Nadia Rosenthal (UK)

Leading regenerative medicine researcher

Li Cunxin

Li Cunxin

Author: Mao’s Last Dancer

Scott Anthony (USA)

Scott Anthony (Singapore)

President Innosight, Author: The Innovator’s Guide to Growth: Putting Disruptive Innovation to Work (Harvard Business Press)

Adam Kahane (Canada)

Adam Kahane (Canada)

Partner in Reos Partners, Innovation in Complex Social Systems

Dr Iain McGilchrist (UK)

Dr Iain McGilchrist (UK)

Author of The Master and his Emissary

Thomas Frey (USA)

Thomas Frey (USA)

Executive Director and Senior Futurist at DaVinci Institute, Author: Communicating with the Future

Professor Richard Rumelt (USA)

Prof. Richard Rumelt (USA)

UCLA Chair in Business and Society, global leader on strategy

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28-30 November 2012, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

“Wicked Problems, Great Opportunities! Leadership and courage for volatile times”

Building on Ci2010 and Ci2011, over 40 innovators, thinkers and business leaders will present valuable strategies, stories and insights to create an unmissable event. This is a rare opportunity to learn, think, connect and share ideas with some of the world’s most influential thinkers under one roof. Inspire your leadership and achieve business success.

The global economy swings between signs of recovery and predictions of imminent collapse. Businesses appear paralysed. Though many are cash-rich, they’re risk-averse, strategically incremental and lacking in fresh ideas and innovation. The world needs leadership, invention and daring now more than ever. We need to attack big, wicked, problems that improve the economy and society as a whole. Bold ideas that represent real business opportunities, that spark a revolution for courage and change. Here is what some delegates had to say about Ci2011

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