Corporate Social Impact Challenge 2018

How to Inspire More and Better Corporate Giving At Scale

Larger Venue Secured – Tickets are Limited

Jessica Rowe AM

Nicola Forrest

Prof Charlie Teo AM

Mike Gonski

Sarah Davies

Alexandra Gartmann

Allegra Spender

Prof. Kristy Muir

Patrick Kidd OBE

sydney

THINK TANK WORKSHOP

WED 31 JAN 2018

SHARK TANK EVENT

1 FEB 2018 3:15pm–5:30pm

The Largest And Most Diverse Corporate Giving Collaboration The Country Has Seen

Our world is facing unprecedented challenges, with many large corporates setting targets to help solve the most pressing problems of our time.  However setting these targets is the easy part, delivering on them is the challenge.

This is where Corporate Social Impact Challenge 2018 comes in.  Forget optimising, this collaboration is about revolutionising holistic corporate giving.

day 1

think tank

31 JAN 2018

We’re bringing together the brightest minds from big corporate, federal & state government, higher education and the not for profit sector together to create a fresh, human centered approach to inspire more and better corporate giving at scale.

Teams will tackle various problems across the entire corporate giving lifecycle, all with a common purpose.  To create solutions that put emotion and experience at the centre, solutions that inspire and seamlessly embed giving in to our everyday lives.

day 2

shark tank

01 feb 2018

The best ideas from day one will be presented to a friendly shark tank panel of high profile experts spanning corporate, not for profit and philanthropy.  Leadership from participating organisations will also be in attendance, and along with the sharks, vote on the best ideas to determine the winning concept for the day.

Once the shark tank concludes, grab a drink and a bite while you mingle with your peers taking in the great works at one of Australia’s premier art galleries.

Nicola Forrest

Dr Charlie Teo AM

Mike Gonski

Sarah Davies

Alexandra Gartmann

Allegra Spender

Prof. Kristy Muir

Patrick Kidd OBE

What You’ll Leave With

Organisational Alignment

Leadership and middle management alignment around the value associated with corporate giving, helping attract greater sponsorship when you return to the office (provided they attend the shark tank event).

Best Practices

Best practices spanning the holistic corporate giving lifecycle, ready to adopt within your own organisation.

A custom benchmark outlining where your organisation sits against its peers.

New Skills & Experience

Experience in human centred design practices and how to pitch concepts to an audience of decision makers, to leverage in future organisational innovation and change programs.

Exclusive Network

A new network of peers and access to the online community for future collaboration, practice sharing and events.

Agenda

Wednesday 31 Jan 2018

9am - 5:30pm

PwC Sydney Lvl 17, One International Tower Barangaroo NSW 2000

Day 1 Attendees

Corporates:
1x CSR Leader
1x Cross functional peer

NFP’s:
1x Diverse representative

Dress
Smart Casual

8:30am

Registration, Coffee then Welcome

Introductions, overview of the day and how we will work.

10:15am

Inspiring Lightning Talks

The opportunity around corporate giving - Wendy Scaife
Unlocking social purpose (Chris Jarvis & Angela Parker - Realized Worth)
Achieving scale with amazing experiences (TBD)

11:00am

Empathetic Insights

Break out in to human centred design groups to solve a dedicated problem.  To build empathy they step in to the shoes their target audience and develop insights aligned with the needs of the user.

12:00pm

Lunch

Break out and build your network over lunch.

12:30pm

Ideate, Innovate & Harvest

Teams focus on generating innovative ideas aligned with their problem and harvest the best of these for prototyping.

2:00pm

Prototype

Teams build basic prototypes of their ideas for validation and user testing.

3:30pm

Validate

Teams validate and test their prototypes to learn what “users” think.

4:30am

Peer Voting

All solutions are presented to the room to then select the best ideas to be pitched at the friendly shark tank final!

5:30pm

Wrap up & Drinks

End of day wrap up and networking drinks (optional).

Thursday, 1 Feb 2018

3:15pm – 5:30pm

Art Gallery NSW
Domain Theatre
Art Gallery Rd,
Sydney NSW 2000

Attendees

Think Tank participants from day 1
Leaders and other representatives from participating organisations
Thought leaders in the giving space

Dress
Smart Casual

3:15pm

Arrival

The formal proceedings kick off at 3:30pm, so please arrive by 3:15pm to secure your seat.

3:30pm

Welcome to Country

Traditional Welcome to Country.

3:40pm

Background & Introductions

Covering off the inspiration for the event, the opportunities around corporate giving, and the solutions to solve some of the biggest problems of our time. Introductions to our friendly Shark Tank panel.

4:15pm

Pitches

The best solutions from the day one Think Tank are presented to the Sharks for feedback and insights. Members of the crowd are invited to vote for their favourite idea.

5:15pm

Judging & Awards

The Sharks reveal their scores for each solution, and we reveal votes from the crowd. The winning team will be awarded with a special experience with our Sharks.

5:30pm

Networking Drinks

Grab a drink and a bite while you mingle with your peers taking in the great works at Australia’s premier Art Gallery.

Who's Coming

Corporates

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, STATE GOVERNMENT & HIGHER EDUCATION

NOT FOR PROFIT

Made Possible By The Generosity Of Our Event Experience Partners

SOCIAL IMPACT PARTNERS

EVENT EXPERIENCE PARTNERS

MC AND HIGH PROFILE SHARKS

Jessica Rowe AM
Studio 10 co-host
Mental health activist

Nicola Forrest
CEO Minderoo Foundation
PM’s Community Business Partnership
Signatory to The Giving Pledge

Professor Charlie Teo AM
International leading Brain Cancer Surgeon
Founder, Charlie Teo Foundation

Mike Gonski
Partner at Herbert Smith
Freehills Philanthropy Aust. Emerging Leader 2014
Chairman Sydney Story Factory

Sarah Davies
CEO Philanthropy Australia
Non Exec Director, Centre for Social Impact
Chair Kids Under Cover

Alexandra Gartmann
CEO Rural Bank
PM’s Community Business Partnership
CEO Fndn Rural & Regional Renewal (2011-15)

Allegra Spender
CEO Australian Business and Community Network
Former MD Carla Zampatti
Chair Sydney Renewable Power
Company

Professor Kristy Muir
CEO Centre of Social Impact
Professor of Social Policy UNSW

Patrick Kidd OBE
CEO Invictus Games Sydney 2018
Principal Consultant – Deloitte
Senior Military Officer – Australian Army