On June 3rd 2019, the Eidos Institute, in partnership with the QUT Business School, is hosting a seminar: “Reshaping Culture, Reclaiming Trust,” and you’re invited! Keynote speakers include Terry Moran AC (Former Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet), who will draw on his career in the public service and his role as Chair of Centre for Policy and Development to speak on the topic of ‘Big Problems and Bold Actions’; and Alison Shaw (co-founder of Tambo Teddies and a Queensland-based entrepeneur), who will draw on her experiences as a regional-based business operator who responded creatively to labour force shortages, a decline in wool prices and the emergence of the digital marketplace, to talk about ‘Diversity and Creativity in Organisations’. This seminar will highlight to attendees what can be done to remedy the trust deficit that so many institutions are experiencing today.
The Eidos Institute is a not-for-profit, and for-purpose, social enterprise, made up of a network of partners dedicated to solving difficult social and economic problems by turning ideas into practical realities. Eidos encourages collaboration to create fresh and unusual ideas for complex social problems, where conventional approaches are unlikely to work. Since 2004, Eidos has worked with universities and senior government departments to inform better public policy making, and has evolved with the growing influence of social media and online platforms.
ACPNS currently hosts Eidos at our offices, and will be supported by us. Attending ACPNS students and alumni will receive a discount – so come along!