The ISACA Melbourne Chapter welcomes members to a joint Professional Development session with AISA, for May 2020.

Creativity and innovation when combined create a system and environment where ideas flourish, opportunities are created and business advantage is enhanced. Over 50 years of research and practice will be highlighted to assist you create more choices for sustainable growth for your team, department and company.

Today the turbulence in the markets continues to increase. The challenge for leaders of organisations today is to move from the reactive position to one of being proactive. We will consider creative and innovative ways to identify ideas that may create powerful and lasting synergies or value you individuals, teams and organisations.

The value (opportunity) you propose is dependent upon your ability to work effectively within a team and communicate powerfully and convincingly that your “idea” is worth their time, money and effort. Participate in this session to increase your choices, grasp opportunities and allow all in your organisation to contribute to innovative and entrepreneurial behaviours.


CPE Hours

1 hours, based on the assumption you have signed in the Webinar Session using your full name, followed by ISACA and the last 5 digits of your membership number.  Thank You.

Registration and Admittance

•           We request that you register for this event to ensure you are able to attend.

•           Registration to this session is open and free of charge to all current ISACA members.



  • 4.30pm – Registration and session sign-in – required to receive applicable CPE credits
  • 5:00pm – START – Welcome, Introductions, Agenda
  • 5:10pm – Monthly PD Session, Questions & Answers
  • 6:00pm – The Soapbox – Chapter Updates, Announcements and Issues of interest to members
  • 6.15pm – Event Ends








Marcus Powe

Founder of EIC Growth


Marcus founded EIC Growth Pty Ltd to assist CEO’s and leaders implement, embed and measure creativity and innovation systems that result in enterprising behaviours. He specialises in the growth of for profit and not for profit organisations that operate in the turbulence of national and international market places. He also works extensively with Aboriginal, Torres Strait, Maori, Pacific island and Hawaiian communities to assist them achieve economic self-determination through the skills of innovation and entrepreneurship. He founded of EIC Growth LLC (USA) to deliver training and advice for indigenous Hawaiians. Awarded twice by the Business and Higher Education Round table as Australia’s Best Entrepreneurial Educator and for sustained excellence in collaboration between business and universities in Australia