Time & Location
23 Sept 2020, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm AEST
About the Event
Kathryn Fagg AO, a Director of National Australia Bank (NAB), Chairman of Boral & a Board Member of Incitec Pivot, CSIRO & Djerriwarrh Investments.
Israel is a unique engine of AI innovation with over 1,150 AI-focused start-ups in Israel, with $US3.7 billion raised last year, even amid COVID-19, companies raised $2.74 billion in H1 2020.
The Webinar will include short presentations from two leading HR-tech companies:
WALKME – a Unicorn valued at > $1B, WalkMe is an AI-driven Digital Adoption Platform that increases employee productivity by encouraging employees to learn and engage with onscreen guidance, while tracking system usage and offering insights on how to improve user adoption.
XR HEALTH – originally focused on using Virtual Reality for Allied Health, the company has developed a new offering that leverages its VR capabilities for employee wellness.
Kathryn Fagg AO:
Kathryn is an experienced chair and board member, and has worked in senior executive roles across a range of industries from resources to manufacturing and logistics, as well as banking and professional services. Kathryn is Chairman of Boral Limited and is on the boards of listed companies National Australia Bank and Djerriwarrh Investments as well as the CSIRO. Kathryn
was a member of the board of the Reserve Bank of Australia from 2013 to 2018. In the non-for-profit sector, Kathryn is Chairman of the Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA), as well as being a board member of the Grattan Institute, The Myer
Foundation and the Male Champions of Change. She is the Immediate Past President of Chief Executive Women (CEW), a former Chairman of Parks Victoria and the Melbourne Recital Centre. Kathryn is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering. In addition to her engineering degree, Kathryn also holds an MCom in Organisational Behaviour with Honours from the University of NSW, which has also awarded her an honorary Doctor of Business and the Ada Lovelace Medal in 2017 which recognises an Outstanding Woman Engineer. She was a recipient of the University of Queensland’s Inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award in 2013 and the University also awarded her an honorary Doctor of Chemical Engineering. Kathryn was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in June 2019 for distinguished service to business and finance, to the central banking, logistics and manufacturing sectors, and to women.