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Keynotes

Mr Stan Grant

Stan Grant is the Indigenous Affairs Editor for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and special advisor to the Prime Minister on Indigenous constitutional recognition. Stan has hosted major news and current affairs programs on Australian commercial and public television. He has been a political correspondent for the ABC, a Europe correspondent for the Seven Network based in London and a senior international correspondent for the international broadcaster CNN based in Hong Kong and Beijing.

Stan has won many major awards including an Australian T.V Logie, a Columbia University Du-Pont Award (the broadcast equivalent of the Pullitzer Prize), the prestigious U.S Peabody Award and is a four-time winner of the highly prized Asia TV Awards including reporter of the year.

Professor Gerard George

Professor Gerard George is Dean of the Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University, and Lee Kong Chian Chair Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He was Editor of the Academy of Management journal from 2013-2016.

Professor George’s research focuses on resources, capabilities, entrepreneurship, inclusive innovation, and knowledge production and innovation.

Professor Sharon Parker

Professor Sharon Parker is Professor of Management and Organisations at UWA Business School, ARC Laureate Fellow, and Director of the Centre for Transformative Work Design. She is the current Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Annals, and past Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology.

Professor Parker’s research focuses on work design, proactive behaviour, job performance, and mental health.