Wed, 01 July|
The University of Sydney Business School: 'Business Not as Usual' Webinar Series
This Pivoting Business and Brand webinar will explore how many industry sectors and organisations have had to review their business model as a result of the imposed 'lockdown' and economic downturn due to COVID-19.
Time & Location
01 July 2020, 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm
About The Event
The ‘Business Not as Usual’ webinar series is where we explore many of the different aspects organisations, employers, teams and employees are facing. The series has been well received with around 2000 people from over 20 countries registering to join in the previous discussions. This Pivoting Business and Brand webinar will explore how many industry sectors and organisations have had to review their business model as a result of the imposed 'lockdown' and economic downturn due to COVID-19. Join Dr Sandra Peter, Director, Sydney Business Insights, Brian Walker, CEO and Founder, Retail Doctor Group and Dr Michelle Kam, Partner, Strategy& as they explore the challenges and opportunities for organisations responding to the changing needs of customers and markets.
Brian Walker, Retail Doctor Group
CEO and Founder,
Brian Walker is “The Retail Doctor”. Since establishing the Retail Doctor Group (RDG) in 2005, RDG is now recognised as the leading retail consulting and advisory firm specializing in taking insights driven strategy into award-winning implementation, working across omni channel retail, franchise and service sectors in every retail category, helping many retail business models to growth both domestically and internationally. In addition, Brian is a sought after keynote speaker and media commentator. Brian is currently a Top 50 Global Retail Influencer and a LinkedIn Top Voice for Retail.
Dr Michelle Kam, Strategy& (part of the PwC network) Partner, People Practice With a breadth of experience across sectors, Michelle specialises in service industries including Financial Services and the Public Sector including Higher Education, Telecommunications, Media, Utilities, Government and Retail and FMCG. She focuses on assisting organisations solve complex transformation, people and organisational challenges. Michelle completed her Bachelor in Psychology at the University of Sydney with a Masters (Organisational Psychology) and PhD (Cognitive Psychology) from UNSW. Michelle is an Associate Member of the University of Sydney Alumni Council.