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This workshop will focus on the rise of the service sectors coupled with digitisation of the global economy to both inform and challenge our creation of the rapidly evolving world.
Technological disruption provides significant opportunities and challenges for industry.
The rise and rise of service sectors, coupled with digitisation of the global economy is a focus for this workshop that aims to both inform and challenge our creation of the rapidly evolving future world.
Our panel of experts from industry and academia will offer insight into:
- challenges faced by industry and organisations in a world of continual transitions and technological disruption
- the evolution of service design and its impact on the way organisations develop products, payments and services
- creative and critical overview of big data analysis and visualization - controversy, challenges and opportunities
- power and potential of data analytics and visualisation to assist us in extracting meaningful information from complexity
- context-aware computing and its role in decision making
- collaborative opportunities for research in service design.
Speakers and panelists include:
- Rita Arrigo – Collaboration Specialist
- Lisa Dethridge – Senior Lecturer, School of Media and Communication, RMIT University
- Johnathan Gardner – Senior Geospatial Consultant, SMS Management and Technology
- Dimitrios Georgakopoulos – Professor, Computer Science and IT, RMIT University
- Murray James – CEO, Snobal (3D virtual, social shopping platform)
- Flora Salim – Australian Research Council awardee, Computer Science and IT, RMIT University
- Iain Sandercock – Enterprise Architect, Business Architecture Practice Lead, ITS, RMIT University
- Arthur Shelley – Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University
- Ann Templeman-Jones – Director, APN News and Media: Director, Cuscal (Australian authorised Deposit-taking Institution)
- Lucas Williamson – Chief ICT Architect and Deputy Director of Enterprise Architecture, ITS, RMIT University
Registration and bookings
RSVP required as places are strictly limited.