In the last of this series, I will turn my attention to communications and reporting.
In this article, I will consider a variety of issues that can arise from the project governing body, which I will refer to throughout as the Project Steering Committee.
Today, organisations are continually in a state of change. There are many words for change. Innovation, disruption and transformation are regularly used to refer to essentially the same thing.
The All Blacks win a lot of games, and as an Aussie, I was keen to find out if we can’t beat them, what can we learn from them?
I recently caught up with Dr Mark Harvey to get his thoughts ahead of the QUTeX Real World Futures (RWF) event on the topic of the future workforce.
For those wanting to advance their career into leadership, there comes a time when their technical abilities alone will not get them to the next stage.
There can be several different reasons to develop a leadership program. If your objective is to develop a pipeline of leaders ready to step up to executive roles, it is worth the investment of time to consider the potential of those who seem likely contenders. What do you look for?
The human element in projects is perhaps one of the most recurring themes in both practice and the supporting academic literature.
I looked across the desk at a CEO who I had admired for such a long time. He had seen just about everything you can see in his 20-year career – recessions, booms, all the highs and lows you can imagine.
The Honourable Tony Abbott, former Australian Prime Minister speaks to the participants of the QUT Public Sector Management Program on the idea of the public good, his achievements as Prime Minister and Australia’s place on the world stage.