2017 Intrapreneurship Forum
As part of Entrepreneurs’ Week 2017, IPAA hosted a forum to showcase examples of intrapreneurship in the South Australian public sector, and to explore emerging trends and challenges for achieving change, improving coordination and facilitating innovation.
Public Sector and the Social Economy
Attendees gained insight into the role of intrapreneurs in pushing government forward, and were inspired by and learned from some successful SA-based initiatives.
The forum featured thinking from leading practitioners in innovation. Speakers included:
Suzie Sosa, Co-Founder and CEO of Verb
Dr Gemma Carey, NHMRC Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer, UNSW Canberra
Dr Kristin Alford, Director of MOD. at the University of South Australia.
Tom Moore, Co-Founder and Managing Director, WithYouWithMe
Elosie Burge, Partner and Design Strategist, Portable
Erma Ranieri, Commissioner for Public Sector Employment
Professor John Spoehr, Director of the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute at Flinders University
Professor Eddie Blass, Founder and CEO of Conesol
Thomas Sadowski, Director of Conesol
Cezanne Green, Director, Secondary Learners, Department of Education and Child Development
Deb O’Riley, Director, Adelaide Botanic High School, Department of Education and Child Development
Matthew Anderson, Co-Founder, Social Capital
Kirk Drage, Co- Founder, LeapSheep
Dr Fiona Buick, Lecturer in Public Sector Management, UNSW Canberra
IPAA SA has placed a donation to the feedback survey’s most popular charity of choice,
Cancer Council Australia. Thank you to those who participated. Videos and slides will be available soon.
If you would like to be involved in the Intrapreneurship Community of Practice please email Tim Mares on firstname.lastname@example.org
View the live conversation on social media by visiting the hashtag #Intra2017 #EWeek2017. You can find us on Twitter @IPAASA and Facebook @IPAASouthAustralia.
Thursday, 06 July 2017
Adelaide Oval, William Magarey Room , War Memorial Dr, North Adelaide SA 5006