Melbourne Business School Events Building the capability of social purpose organisations: Adapting business models

Building the capability of social purpose organisations: Adapting business models

Friday, 24 July 2020
10.00 AM - 11.00 AM
Free
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The impact of the recent drought and bushfires, followed by the health and economic crisis of Covid-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement raising the awareness of racial inequality and injustice in Australia, is felt by everyone, but particularly by the most vulnerable. Social purpose leaders are having to rapidly pivot their organisations to continue to make a difference in the lives of the communities they serve. This webinar will unpack the strategy, execution and human challenges associated with adapting business models during a time of crisis.

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Presenters

Geoff Martin

Geoff Martin

PROFESSOR OF STRATEGY

Geoff worked at the highest levels of international finance before becoming an academic focusing on risk-taking by executives. He has received several research excellence awards from the University of Melbourne.

Greg Harbidge

Greg Harbidge

SENIOR CONSULTANT, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION

Greg is a leadership development expert with a particular focus on creativity, innovation and design thinking. He teaches on the Melbourne Health Accelerator program as well as our short courses.

Jody Evans

Jody Evans

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MARKETING

Jody is an expert in branding, marketing strategy and economic and social impact who is committed to focusing on research and programs that encourage better business for a better world.

Our Partners

This webinar is presented thanks to the generous support and partnership of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust-MBS Endowment, Krystyna Campbell-Pretty and the Evans5 Fund.

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