Execitive Education
Semester 2 2019 Bookings

DEEPDIVE Executive Education Program


To survive and prosper in an era of unprecedented technological and business disruption, we need to challenge ourselves with new global insights and perspectives, different ways of thinking, and evolved ways of working.

To assist, we’ve created the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce DEEPDIVE Executive Education Program in partnership with Tel Aviv University, a bespoke micro-qualification delivering actionable knowledge and insights in innovation, strategy, disruptive technologies, and digital transformation.

Participants interact with esteemed Israeli academics and C-suite business leaders in live sessions streamed from Israel, facilitated by an Australian moderator. This provides access to the unique thinking and culture that continue to make Israel a frontrunner in global innovation and entrepreneurial success. Face-to-face group forums offer valuable networking and additional insights.

Participants who complete the course will receive a certificate issued by Tel Aviv University’s Coller School of Management.


A very informative and eye-opening program…from the insight into entrepreneurship in Israel and then hearing from some of the world's best innovation leaders, and seeing this all come to life by hearing real stories.

This program is a must for any budding entrepreneurs or anyone who is interested in establishing innovation and capability build in their organisation.

Kevin Farrugia, Head of Improvement (People & Culture) | Perpetual

Fascinating. Different ways of thinking. Gained a greater awareness of how Israeli companies, through their entrepreneurial spirit, have carved a niche in creating global businesses, outside of the big tech giants.

Then in the face-to-face sessions, we discussed how to bring the international perspective back to our side of the world in Australia.

Looking to share key findings with my work colleagues

Rowena Rees-Poole, Executive Director | Healthcare – Client Coverage Group, Commonwealth Bank of Australia