Rocky Scopelliti is a world-renowned futurologist.
His expertise and pioneering research into the confluence of demographic change with digital technology has influenced the way we think about our social, cultural, economic and technological future, with more than 150 boards and leadership teams – including Fortune 100 companies – seeking his strategic advice annually.
Rocky is a regular media commentator and distinguished author, with numerous internationally recognised thought leadership research reports and books - including ‘Youthquake 4.0 – A Whole Generation and the New Industrial Revolution’ (published in September 2018).
At Optus Business he is the Director for the business’ Centre for Industry 4.0, leading a specialist team creating world class thought-leadership and innovation. Alongside this role, Rocky is a director on the board of Community First Credit Union, a member of the REST Super Technology Advisory Panel, and a member on the Australian Payments Council. Educated in Australia and USA at Sydney and Stanford Universities respectively, Rocky has a Graduate Diploma and MBA in Corporate Management. He is also a graduate and member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Industry 4.0 – How Ready are Australian Enterprises for the Fourth Industry Revolution
Today we stand at the beginning of a transformation that will fundamentally change our economy and society: The Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0). This revolution is predicted to be largest transformation in the history of industry, and its power, speed and scale will eclipse all that has gone before. Optus's Centre for Industry 4.0, will present insights on how ready Australian industries and enterprises are for the Fourth Industrial Revolution including 5G and how they are progressing with their current digital and digitalisation transformations.
- What are the issues and technologies expected to have the biggest impact in the future?
- How advanced are enterprises in their digital, data and analytics transformations?
- What must enterprises do to succeed in the 4th Industrial Revolution