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Webinar:
The productivity challenge

Finding the balance between risk, growth and innovation

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What does it take to tackle slow growth in times of change?
Find out in PwC’s Australia in Transition webcast – Thursday 9 February 2:00pm AEDT.

“There is an opportunity to change productivity from being a perceived dirty word around cost reduction because it is not. Productivity at the end of day is a measure; it’s a ratio, where I encourage organisations to think about productivity is taking waste out of their organisations and redeploying that to the new growth areas.” — Neil Plumridge.
Australia has experienced over 25 years of continuous economic growth, but times are changing here and globally. We’re seeing increasing global ‘anxiety’ that growth in productivity has slowed or stopped. Australia’s labour productivity increased by 1.9 per cent in 2014-15, and our multi-factor productivity by 0.8 per cent in that same time. We’re also starting to see the impact of slow growth and rising inequality driving a sentiment that we’ve seen reflected in UK’s Brexit and in the 2016 US election.

Register for PwC’s Australia in transition webcast where we hear from the Grattan Institute’s Jim Minifie and PwC Consulting’s Managing Partner Neil Plumridge talk through the opportunities to stop the slow growth trap for both our economy and for business.

For more information please visit the event details page.

Please register your attendance here by Monday, 6 February. A link to the webcast will be emailed to you the day before the webcast

Reasons to attend the webinar:
  • Tackling growth in times of change

  • Stopping the slow growth trap

  • Hear from PwC and industry experts

Speakers:
PwC Australia
Gemma Cocks
Meet Jim Minifie, Productivity Growth Program Director, Grattan Institute.

Dr Jim Minifie is a leading economist and writer, with a strong grasp of the Australian policy landscape. A graduate in applied economics from Stanford University, he worked closely with Australian corporate leaders during his seven years as Chief Economist of the Boston Consulting Group.
Grattan Institute
Jim Minifie
Meet Jim Minifie, Productivity Growth Program Director, Grattan Institute.

Dr Jim Minifie is a leading economist and writer, with a strong grasp of the Australian policy landscape. A graduate in applied economics from Stanford University, he worked closely with Australian corporate leaders during his seven years as Chief Economist of the Boston Consulting Group.
09

Feb

2:00 - 3:00 PM
(GMT +11)

(Duration - 60 minutes)

ATTENDANCE FEE - FREE

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