As part of the State Government of Victoria's Digital Innovation Festival, the School of Business, IT and Logistics presents this symposium on digital innovation and disruption.
Digital disruption is now part of our daily existence. It is changing how we live, how we communicate and is fast transitioning the face of business into a screen. In Australia, disruptive digital technologies are increasingly confronting traditional business models, are becoming less predictable and are being adopted at a very fast pace.
To effectively tackle such disruption, an understanding of digital innovation is critical for the survival of modern organizations. Innovation for digital disruption therefore requires businesses, government and universities to work together to proactively embrace the opportunities created by this new trend.
As part of the Digital Innovation Festival initiated by the State Government of Victoria, the School of Business Information Technology and Logistics is proud to present this symposium. Designed to provide a platform for leaders from the government, industry and RMIT University, the symposium will explore digital innovation and disruption and related issues, and their impact now and in the future.
|10.30 - 11.00||
|11.00 - 11.15||
|11.15 - 11.35||
Digital innovation and their implications for Victoria: A Government Perspective
|11.35 - 11.55||
Critical factors for the development of successful businesses through digital innovation
|11.55 - 12.15||
How to run a successful digital business through innovation: A practitioner’s Perspective
|12.15 - 12.30||
Digital innovation in higher education: a university perspective
Evaluating the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Australia - the influence on business, society and logistics
Digital Innovation in the University Classroom
Digital Innovation in the Business IT Project
|12.30 - 12.40||
Digital innovation research, a school perspective
|12.40 - 1.30||Lunch and free discussion