Join us for the third annual Trust, Ethics and Governance Alliance (TEGA) Summit. Hear from our world-class researchers and experienced industry leaders who will share cutting-edge insights through interactive panel discussions and practical research presentations.
This important event will address key issues we are experiencing, including:
What drives ethical leadership in times of crisis?
What are the unintended consequences of decisions making/policy in times of crisis?
How can research support the transformation of corporate governance?
What can organisations do to ensure trustworthy AI development in the face of a developing regulatory landscape?
How do we manage the digital landscape? Do facts matter anymore?
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Virtual keynote
We will be joined by Professor David De Cremer who is a world-leading thought leader and behavioural scientist with a special interest in managing and leading individual and organizational transformations in the 21st century. David holds the Provost Chair at National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, where he is also a professor at management and organizations and the director and is the founder of the Centre on AI Technology for Humankind (AiTH) at NUS Business School.
Additional speakers
Associate Professor Paul Griffin, Director of Infectious Diseases at Mater Health Service & Associate Professor UQ
Jacqueline Wooton, Herbert Smith Freehils
Chris Mills, Queensland Airport Limited
Heidi Cooper, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ)
Sarah Holland, Higgins Chambers
Elizabeth Jameson FAICD, Non-Executive Director and PhD Candidate
Professor Peter Greste, Macquarie University
Professor Matthew Hornsey, TEGA, UQ Business School
Associate Professor Sarah Kelly, TEGA, UQ Business School
Professor Nicole Gillespie, TEGA, UQ Business School
Associate Professor Gabby Walters, TEGA, UQ Business School
Dr Radha Ivory, TEGA, UQ School of Law
Dr Richard O’Quinn, UQ Business School
Dr Vicky Comino, TEGA, UQ Business School
Dr Tapani Rita-Kahila, TEGA, UQ Business School
Dr Caitlin Curtis, TEGA, UQ Business School
Dr Natalie Smith, TEGA, UQ Business School
Dr Tracy Martin, TEGA, UQ Business School
Associate Professor Martin Edwards, UQ Business School
Dr Robert Mullin, UQ Law School
Dr Steve Lockey, UQ Business School

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