Sydney Webinar | 2021 ENFP Program: Innovation & Technology

Date: 12th August 2021
Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Location: Webinar
RSVP Date: 12th August 2021

Changes with innovation and technology happen so quickly – is your organisation moving with the times?

For many organisations, their investment in innovation and technology is on the agenda but keeps getting pushed down due to other priorities.

Join our next ENFP Community webinar where we’ll hear from two leaders in the field of innovation where they will discuss the difference between disruptive and sustaining innovation.

This session will look at:
• Methods to resource Innovation, from no cost to low cost
• Ideas and tips to overcome obstacles based on practical examples and lessons learned
• How to assess your organisation using an Innovation Maturity rubric
• A toolkit containing seven rules for disruptive Innovation.

If you are unable to attend a live session, a recording will be made available. 

If you have any questions regarding the ENFP Community please contact Head of Clients & Markets, Kim Kelloway.

Guest Speakers:

Innovation & Technology   

Pam Rebecca
Entrepreneur, Company Director, Digital Leader

Pam is a digital leader, entrepreneur and Board director of Defence Bank. She has been leading digital transformation and innovation for many years across both financial services and the not-for-profit sector.

Pam is the former Chief of Strategy, Innovation and Digital for World Vision Australia, where she had responsibility for leading World Vision Australia’s strategy, Digital Transformation, and Innovation program including social enterprise start-ups.   Prior to joining World Vision, she was General Manager Digital ANZ Bank, leading digital strategy and innovation, digital banking, online sales, and ANZ’s Digital Transformation Program.

Innovation & Technology

Tamara Pararajasingham
Head of Social Impact and Communities, Uniting

Tamara is Uniting Head of Social Impact and Communities. She brings to the role over a decade of experience working with for-purpose organisations in evaluating and designing service models, deeply embedding the voice of lived experience in these, measuring outcomes and translating research to practice through innovation and strategy.

In Tamara’s current role at Uniting she looks at the intersection of creativity and evidence. This includes a focus on building the organisation’s capability for innovation and bringing greater intentionality to an already deep commitment and long legacy of social innovation.