Intelligence is well understood and valued in the national security context but its application in the private sector is nascent. Pockets of intelligence expertise exist in the private sector at the enterprise level but they largely remain unconnected and narrowly employed.
Reperceiving intelligence as a core enabling capability for the enterprise creates a new driver of business value and the capacity to support a wide range of business decisions, ranging from operational to strategic.
This seminar will explore the proposition of ‘intelligence-driven business’ through four sessions: an opening address and keynote address to set the scene; case-based presentations describing domains of intelligence practice; case-based presentations describing how to better enable intelligence practice; and a panel discussion to synthesise challenges and opportunities for strengthening intelligence-driven business.
‘Intelligence-Driven Business’ will be of interest to private sector managers and employees wanting to grow their intelligence capability, academics concerned with the curriculum design and development needed to service the growth of intelligence in the private sector, and business students considering careers in the private sector.
This event is hosted by Macquarie University in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO).
- Scott Ainslie – Regional Director, FS-ISAC
- Babette Bensoussan – Advisory Board Member, Council of Competitive Intelligence Fellows; and Adjunct Fellow, UTS
- Professor Stephen Brammer – Executive Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University
- Natalie Faulkner – Partner, KPMG
- Tim van Gelder – Principal, van Gelder & Monk; and Enterprise Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
- Gary Gill – Director, Sapere Forensic
- Dr Philip Kowalick – President, Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers; and Adjunct Professor, QUT
- Adam Matteson – National Property, Construction, and Engineering Portfolio Manager, Suncorp Group; and Faculty Board Member, ANZIIF
- Brett Peppler – Executive Manager (Innovation, Strategic Intelligence), Suncorp Group; and Adjunct Fellow, Macquarie University
- Lynne Walker – Director, AUSTRAC
General Admission: AUD $70
Student Admission: AUD $20
Refunds and cancellations: Registration fees will be refunded in full on request when event cancellation is made before 15 February 2019. No refunds will be issued after this date, except in the case of extenuating circumstances.