USC Business Professionals' Forum

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  • Location: Innovation Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast, Sippy Downs 4556 Queensland

Topic: "Changing the lives of Australians... forever: Implications of Collaboration 2.0"

USC Business Professionals' Forum MAY

Keynote Speaker:

Michael Ossipoff Director - Capability and Innovation, Telstra In his role at Telstra Michael Ossipoff is responsible for explaining and interpreting the implications of new technology trends so that businesspeople can prepare themselves to take advantage of emerging opportunities.

In this presentation he will focus at the rapidly changing nature of Australians, their attitudes to, and expectations of, work both today and tomorrow and how the technology inflection points have changed to provide the basis for a fundamentally different way to live and work.

Prior to Telstra, Michael was Managing Director of Sun Microsystems Software Business, joining after his Dot Com business, Net Dynamics was acquired by Sun. He also worked as Marketing and Sales Director at IBM/Lotus software and in positions with Hewlett-Packard and NCR.

USC Business Forum MAY_FORM_fillable.pdf

Date Thursday 20th May 2010
Innovation Centre
University of the Sunshine Coast
Time 5.30pm until 8pm
Registration 5:30pm
Presentation 5.45pm until 7.15pm
Networking 7.15pm until 8pm
Price per person $33 inc. gst (includes light refreshments during networking)
RSVP by no later than Monday 17th May 2010

To register, please click on this link:

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90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs
07 5430 1234
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