The John Grill Centre for Project Leadership is uniquely positioned to offer the expertise of leading thinkers – industry experts and world-renowned academics – from a university regularly ranked in the world's top 50.*
The centre's goal is to improve major project leadership through education programs and research partnerships. We address real-world challenges by lending insights into major project leadership in energy, infrastructure and information technology for business.
We educate project professionals to inspire major project and organisational success by developing capabilities in effective leadership, strategic decision-making, management and project governance. We also partner with organisations to support ongoing executive education needs.
*QS World University Rankings 2016-17
Gain insights from global project leaders and learn from your peers while developing leadership capabilities and increasing your capacity to deal with the challenges of major projects.
Self- starters in our communities can help solve the $47b problem of deteriorating infrastructure and inject much needed dynamism into infrastructure for communities of the future.
The John Grill Centre's Chief Executive Officer Marc Vogts on the importance of boards understanding the risks unique to major projects.
The Federal Budget 2017 was all about the government driving infrastructure provisions while the private sector took the back seat. So how do we correct this? Garry Bowditch writes in the Australian Financial Review.