EVENTS HIGHLIGHTING THE COOPERATIVE AND MUTUAL SECTOR AND ITS MANY BENEFITS
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Register to attend Australia’s only cross-sector business summit for co-operative and mutual leaders. Enjoy plenary sessions and panel discussions featuring highly regarded international and national speakers at the 2019 BCCM Leader’s Summit.
The theme of the 2019 Summit is: Growth and opportunity for CMEs in the era of accountability.
Join the launch of the million-dollar MVM Research Project – discuss and debate competitive strategies for co-operatives and mutuals to measure total value creation. The Summit incorporates the renowned Taste of Australia Industry Dinner and annual BCCM Honour Roll recognising outstanding leadership, as well as the highly popular Breakfast on the Hill, Chairs’ Forum and an offsite tour.
40 speakers and 150 delegates.
About the theme
In the 90’s, Harvard professors Michael Porter and Mark Kramer introduced the radical idea of shared value. Now, in the wake of the disruption of the institutional and business misconduct scandals, businesses are faced with the challenge of redress and differentiation. Consumers expect accountability. Businesses are throwing their all at measuring the shared value they create.
Australian CMEs are ahead of the curve with ground-breaking research into member value accounting. The Mutual Value Measurement Project, led by an international team of researchers in partnership with the sector, is designing customisable methodology to measure the total value creation of co-operatives and mutuals.
The 2019 BCCM Leaders’ Summit will launch the million-dollar Mutual Value Measurement Research Project, providing delegates with the opportunity to discuss and debate competitive strategies for co-operatives and mutuals to leverage differentiation for competitive advantage.
Program highlights include
Global launch of mutual value accounting framework
Co-operative lifecycle theory
Armchair conversation The Hon. Julie Bishop
Dealing with takeovers – lessons from AMP
Optimising productivity through diversity and inclusion
Who owns culture? Governance in the post-Hayne
Data governance – the new battle front
* Program and session details subject to change.
Dinner: Thursday, 21 November 2019, 6.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Summit: Friday, 22 November 2019, 8.30 am – 6 pm
Where: Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth
Summit Keynote Speakers
Dr Michael L Cook
University of Missouri-Columbia
The Hon Julie Bishop
Director, JoinData, Netherlands
Television Presenter and Chef
Jimmy Wilson (BSc)
Chief Executive Officer, CBH Group
The Hon Michael Sukkar MP
Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Housing
Peter Van Onselen
Network Ten, The Australian
Dr Sarah Adams
Dr Mike Briers AO
Food Agility CRC
Dr Andrew Crane
A/Prof Anna Ferrante
Health Research and Data Analytics Hub (Centre for Data Linkage), Curtin University
CEO, Gerard Daniels
CEO, P&N Bank
Prof Matthew Hall
Greg Hammond OAM
Managing Partner, Mutuo (UK)
Prof Emmanuel Josserand
Dr Elena Limnios
Director, Limnios Projects
Prof Tim Mazzarol
Prof Yuval Millo
Principal, Finity Consulting
Radio Presenter, ABC Radio Perth and WA
Prof Greg Patmore
Senior Economist, Dept of Primary Industries and Regional Development, WA
Managing Director, BoardBusiness
The Hon Kerry Sanderson AC
Chair, St John of God Health Care Board and Chancellor, Edith Cowan University
CEO, RAC WA
Senior Business Reporter, The West Australian
Dr Paul Thambar
Chief Financial Officer, CUA
What 2018 delegates thought of the event
Airfares and Summit delegate accommodation can be booked through Stuart Middleton at Travellers Choice (08) 9223 6556.