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Riding the next big wave in

technology

October 5


Author and digital-age philosopher, Jonah Nader, will give a keynote address to a technology

conference in Sydney next week. He will explore ideas about how to prepare for the next big

bang in technology and discuss the key roles of patience, skill and discipline in making the most

of innovation.

Other speakers at the conference are:


Executive general manager human resources at Energy Australia, Maree Slater, on

“Technology paving the way for workforce planning success”


Director, recruitment design and delivery, ATO people, Australian Tax Office, Jason

Lucchese, on “The e-recruitment journey”


Founder of Inspecht, Michael Specht, on “Using social media to drive employee

engagement”


Founding president, Society of Knowledge Economics and non-executive director of

Telstra, Steve Vamos, on “Making the soft stuff measurable … and why organisatiional

leaders need HR data”

In addition the conference includes a keynote panel with Anastasia Ellerby (SuccessFactors),

John Macy (Competitive Edge Technology) and David Page (Northgate Orinso) who will

examine the topic: Calm the storm – applying technology to salary

The conference will be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on 14 October.

Media representatives are invited to attend but must register as media. 


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About AHRI

The Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) is the national association representing human resource and people

management professionals.  AHRI leads the direction and fosters the growth of the HR profession through actively setting

standards and building the capability of the profession

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For further information contact:

Paul Begley, national manager, government & media relations, Australian Human Resources Institute   

(03) 9918 9232         0402 897 884             www.ahri.com.au







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