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Connecting Academic Expertise with Commercial Advisory Boards
Academics can add significant value to advisory boards established by commercial, not-for-profit, civil society or government entities. These domain authorities offer not only technical expertise but contribute a different perspective, insight into research theory and trends, and perhaps most importantly, high level critical thinking to interrogate strategy and analysis.

Join Advisory Board Centre Founder & CEO, Louise Broekman, in conversation with Kristen Sadler Ph. D., Advisory Board Member for La Trobe Asia, Academic and Speaker.

This session will present the benefits of having an academic presence on an advisory board, as well as recommendations for overcoming the challenges that may be encountered in finding and confirming the right person at the right time.

The possibilities and advantages of university – industry research partnerships will also be explored.

Mar 10, 2020 11:30 AM in Brisbane

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Speakers

Kristen Sadler
Approved Advisor @Advisory Board Centre
My knowledge of this topic has been accrued over almost 25 years in academic research and university leadership across Australia, the US and Singapore. I have been a member of a range of governing and advisory boards within and beyond academia and have first-hand knowledge of the benefits academics can bring to virtually any table. I’m familiar with the capabilities and knowledge set of academics, in general. I have seen the positive outcomes that can result when academics are engaged by commercial, civil, not-for-profit and government bodies.
Louise Broekman
Founder & CEO @Advisory Board Centre
Louise is an award winning Entrepreneur, researcher and business advisor. Louise has received recognition from Industry and Government at a local and national level for her contribution to the Australian business sector. In 2004, Louise established an Advisory Board for her own business which has provided her with first hand experience in how a well run Advisory Board can positively impact CEOs. Since 2012, Louise has served as Chair for commercial Advisory Boards. She is an in-demand speaker and is regularly called upon as the leading voice for Advisory Boards in the Asia Pacific region.