The already increasing pace of global change has been expedited even further as a result of the worldwide pandemic. Technological innovation, the proliferation of data and turbulent economic and social conditions continue to disrupt and reshape every aspect of our society.
Around the world, people are questioning some fundamental facts about the role of business in society and what the future of work looks like. Whilst globalisation has arguably been a force for good, the benefits of economic growth have not been shared equally across society. The result of which includes a declining trust in our institutions and some business sectors.
The impact of COVID-19 has further exacerbated a societal divide. The varying degrees of competency in the handling of the crisis by the institutions that serve us has meant significant swings in trust globally, including a further erosion of trust in some business sectors.
We find ourselves in a new decade of runaway technology booms, historic watershed moments and extraordinary data and content abundance or dare we say, content overload. As business leaders, we are questioning and constantly reimagining our outlook on what the workforce will look like as we look towards a post-war world. It presents new and unforeseen opportunities for both traditional and modern industries to re-invent themselves, as the future of work simultaneously evolves.
So, what can we expect post-pandemic? As business leaders, we have to challenge ourselves to understand how best to navigate the scenarios that determine our ongoing and future success whilst also creating value for shareholders, clients and employees. What lessons can we learn now to help us evolve and ultimately thrive?
If you have knowledge and expertise, or even ideas to share, here’s your chance to participate and support ADIA in its effort to prepare for the evolution of the data and insights industry.
The future has already started. Take your seat and help lead the evolution.
Registrations are now open. For a copy of the full program please see the bottom of the page.
As part of the 2022 program, we want to include the voice of our members. We are asking you to share your knowledge, thoughts, hopes and expectations for the data, insights and research industry. Your thoughts will be collated into a vox pop video that will run during the breaks at the conference and on the Leaders Forum website. To participate, please submit your vox pop video by following the instructions attached here by Friday 13 May, 2022.
Hotel InterContinental Double Bay – 33 Cross Street, Double Bay, Sydney
|WEDNESDAY 25 May 2002|
|5:00-6:00PM||WELCOME NETWORKING DRINKS AND CANAPES, HOTEL STILLERY BAR|
|6:30PM||ARRIVAL DINNER – CIRCA RESTAURANT + BAR, DOUBLE BAY|
|THURSDAY 26 May 2002|
|8:45AM – 5:00PM||LEADERS FORUM CONFERENCE PROGRAM|
|5:15 – 6:30PM||CONFERENCE NETWORKING DRINKS AND CANAPÉS, HOTEL ROOFTOP BAR|
|7:30PM||OFFICIAL DINNER – QUAY RESTAURANT|