Date : Thu 15th Novembre 2018
Time: 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Venue : Hatch, The Barracks, 61 Petrie Terrace, Queensland, Australia
Hatch in collaboration with Women in Mining and Resources Queensland (WIMARQ) is proud to present this breakfast event, that will certainly fire up your brain cells.
New challenges are transforming the way we do business in the mining industry: climate change, market volatility, rapid urbanization, and rising stakeholder expectations. How might we use design thinking to tackle some of our industry’s major challenges? Design Thinking is a process for creative problem solving which starts with the needs of the person to ensure solutions are relevant.
Join us for a panel discussion on how Design Thinking is being used to unlock creativity, gain insights and bring meaningful people-centred solutions in the areas of service delivery, technology innovation and diversity.
Light breakfast provided.
Panellists include: Dr. Judy Matthews is a Senior Lecturer at the QUT, specialising in Business & Management and Design Practice and Management. She works with individuals, groups and organisations to improve their understanding and practice of leadership and management, particularly in the realms of innovation and effective knowledge generation and implementation.
Jane Anderson is a qualified chemical engineer in the Lead Studies – Surface role with BHP on Olympic Dam. With more than 20 years’ experience in oil and gas across Canada, New Zealand and Australia, Jane has been engaged in a wide variety of projects and teams combining her technical skills with an MBA.
Simon Nitschke is Technologies Regional Director, Australia-Asia with global engineering firm Hatch. Simon has extensive experience in engineering management in greenfield projects, as well as assessing and modifying existing plant equipment, specifically within furnace and smelting areas.
Kim Cavallaro BA(Hons)/LLB, GAICD is Regional Legal Counsel and Company Secretary, Australia-Asia with global engineering firm, Hatch. In this role, Kim provides legal and corporate governance oversight of Hatch’s business activities in the region.