Steve Ayling AM
Consultant on defence and security matters who promotes innovative
approaches to the new challenges and perceptions for security in
Australia and overseas.
As a teacher and futures consultant, Debra advocates the case for developing futures consciousness explicitly in our schools.
Richard Bawden AM
Visiting Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University and
recently retired Professor of Systemic Development at the University
of Western Sydney.
Global practitioner in the area of scenarios and strategy, GBN representative
in Asia and academic who heads up the International MBA Programmes
(Asia) at the Graduate School of Business, University of Strathclyde
As President of Global Business Network Canada, Arden focusses on
scenario and planning facilitation to promote organisational learning
and strategic business development.
Futures consultant and economist with an interest in new technologies
and youth markets.
Authority in the area of strategic management, with particular emphasis
in the improvement of organisation effectiveness and the management
of organisation culture.
Consultant, speaker and writer who has worked at an executive level
in the business world, government services and in education.
Teacher, international businessman and academic leader with global
experience through public and private sectors.
Leading authority and bestselling author on client relationships,
knowledge management, eCommerce, and dynamic business strategy.
Specialist in strategy, futures, capability and policy development
with 17 years experience in Customs, Industry, Trade and Defence
for the Canadian government.
Director and Cofounder of the Neville Freeman Agency with vast experience
in futures and a history in publishing.
Corporate philosopher and leading futurist, Dr Hames works with
industry and government clients, building their strategic capability
to remain viable in a connected economy.
A bold and innovative corporate strategist and practical implementer.
His experience in strategy development and General Management expertise
has been honed within a number of successful corporations.
Active change agent in women's health, education, broadcasting,
conservation and heritage; leader in public and private sector organisations,
Chancellor at the University of Canberra.
Consults on strategic planning, futures studies and scenario planning
with companies in manufacturing, media, finance, health and telecommunication
as well as government departments.
Works with organisations on bridging the gap between IT and business,
employing a unique skill set to both devise strategies and carry
them through to successful execution.
Human Relations and Management Consultant with over twenty-five
years management experience in the electricity industry; Ted is
a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and
is author of The Myth
of Nine to Five.
Richard A Slaughter
Director of Foresight International, recently retired President of the WFSF and a consulting futurist who has worked with a wide range of organisations in many countries and at all educational levels.
Founder of the What's Next website that documents new ideas and trends, and The Global Innovation Network think tank.
Specialist in educational design involving the development and evaluation of professional development programs for teachers and trainers.