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CHAC Talks: Success in a Volatile World

Date: Wednesday 3rd Apr 2019, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: CHAC Auditorium

The CHAC Enterprise Program presents the launch of our CHAC Talk series:

Success in a Volatile World: what we can learn from entrepreneurs (Arming Gen Z for the Future)

Hosted by Dr Baden U’Ren

Cannon Hill Anglican College’s rapidly-evolving Enterprise Education Program is proud to launch our inaugural CHAC Talk, the first of a series of presentations aimed at keeping our students and the broader community abreast of cutting-edge developments in the world beyond the school gates.

CHAC Talk #1: Success in a volatile world: what we can learn from entrepreneurs (Arming Gen Z for the Future) looks at the ways in which the world we know is rapidly changing into an environment we find hard to recognise—volatile, unpredictable, complicated, ambiguous—the so-called VUCA World of Tomorrow.

Using his experiences leading missions to Silicon Valley and Israel, Dr U'Ren highlights the characteristics, skills and tactics that will equip both individuals and organisations to prosper in the future. He will also shed light on the strategies used by the world’s most innovative firms, providing insight for business owners and future employees alike.

As Director of Bond University’s Commercialisation Centre, Dr U’Ren builds entrepreneurial capability in students who run through a tailored suite of courses, workshops and events. Additionally, he leads the entrepreneurship and innovation disciplines in the Bond Business School in his role as Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship. Outside of the University Baden is heavily involved in the start-up ecosystem and regularly addresses students from across the globe.

Admission to the CHAC Talk series is free.

Register to attend