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This article is authored by Garry Bowditch, Executive Director, Better Infrastructure Initiative, John Grill Centre for Project Leadership. This article featured in the Australian Financial Review, 5 December 2016.
Major or business defining projects have the power to increase employment, improve productivity, support the environment, along with countess other benefits. Innovation is key to unlocking this potential.
Australia and the US can work together to make sure the Trump infrastructure agenda gets traction. A new US Infrastructure Bank could be the key to successfully generating and allocating necessary funds.
At a recent AFR BOSS Magazine and University of Sydney Business School Emerging Leaders masterclass, we explored the challenges organisations face when creating change and the skills needed by the leaders of tomorrow.
After completing the ELMP program, Fiona Mahony moved into a role responsible for defining the digital capability roadmap for Telstra Wholesale and the delivery of an investment portfolio of digital enablement programs.
The University of Sydney is pleased to announce the appointment of Garry Bowditch as Executive Director of the new Better Infrastructure Initiative at the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership.
As head of this new infrastructure initiative, to be based in Sydney, Garry will bolster the University’s capacity to forge close and purposeful collaborations with industry and government, both nationally and abroad. He will work to create a world-class applied research and thought leadership program in infrastructure, and is set to take up this new position in mid-October.
Australian infrastructure consumers could benefit from greater flexibility and innovation in infrastructure service delivery, according to new research commissioned by the University of Sydney's infrastructure think tank.
The inaugural Australian Infrastructure Dialogue 2016 ran Thursday 15th September 2016. 100 senior leaders in infrastructure planning participated in a discussion around ‘shifting Australia’s infrastructure mindset’.
An alumni contingent – representing a gathering of some of Australia’s most significant major project leaders – came together to celebrate the second graduating cohort from the Executive Leadership in Major Projects program.
The University of Sydney is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ken Henry AC and Bob Rollinson as new members of the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership’s advisory board.
These appointments support the Centre’s ambition to undertake targeted applied research to address the infrastructure, energy, business and technology transformation challenges facing Australia.
The leadership team for the John Grill Centre is highly engaged in wider public discussion around major project leadership, governance and the decisions made by policymakers.
We run events for our alumni, partners and major decision makers throughout the year. Our experts also speak at industry events, lending their expertise and insights.
The Better Infrastructure Initiative launch was joined by Paul Fletcher MP, Federal Minister for Major Projects, Territories and Local Government and Andrew Constance MP, NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure.