Conference of Minds
APSCo Australia’s Conference of Minds on May 2 will introduce Carl Joseph to the APSCo membership and professional staffing industry in Brisbane.
Fresh from making a thought-provoking submission and presentation to the Senate Inquiry into the Future of Work and Workers, Carl’s discussion is so timely in the face of the current and very public campaigns about the insecurity of work being run as part of a political agenda.
Through his work with Gooroo, Carl has been at the forefront of a new approach to the study of work and worker profiles.
His presentation will address the emerging fields of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurism and identify these factors as the main drivers of change in the economy. The compelling research suggests a technological thinking divide that links the digital divide to the increasing concern about the rate of disruptive change from the perspective of the individual.
The discussion will ask the audience to consider the future of work and workers by distinguishing between feelings of anxiety associated with industrial transformations, and the reality that there is a constant source of uncertainty that is inherent in entering new fields with new technologies.
About Carl Joseph
Carl is a highly experienced product and programme manager, having managed large technology projects in legal, government, and education sectors. He works at the interface between technology and people, ensuring that we use technology to transform our environment, rather than let it control us.
As VP Product at Gooroo, Carl draws together strategic thinking, data driven analytics, and models of human thought and culture to help people & organisations capitalise on the challenges of a highly uncertain technological future.
Carl is working towards a Master of Science (Astronomy), and has previously completed the Senior Leadership Program at Melbourne/Mt Eliza Business School.