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The Australian Strategic Planning Institute Gets a Boost

Thursday 27 September 2007

Maree Conway, of 'University Futures' has joined the Australian Strategic Planning Institute as a lead facilitator for the Institute's programs. Maree's experience in policy development, planning and strategy initiatives provides additional weight to the sessions on offer. TASPI now have three key facilitators that cover critical steps in

the Strategic Planning Process - Enhanced Awareness of the future Operating Environment and signals for change (covered by Strategic Futurist, Marcus Barber), Strategic Planning Structure and Management (covered by Maree Conway) and Accountability and Governance (covered by Steven Bowman).  Although all facilitators have vast experience in the field, having all three subject matter experts available is a boon for The Australian Strategic Planning Institute


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Employee Engagement Beyond the Workplace
Thursday 1 August 2019
My most recent long term client contract had me specialise in Employee Engagement, something I'd done consistently at the Senior and Middle Managers level. But this client need was across the board and at a time when major changes were occuring.
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Social Issues Hackathon co hosted by Casey and Dandenong
Friday 26 July 2019
Great to see some quality collaboration between the City of Casey and City of Greater Dandenong aimed at addressing or tackling Social Issues and importantly bridging the divide between 'our area' and 'their area' artificial boundaries. Well done to both Councils
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Beyond VUCA - the VUCA Squared concept
Wednesday 10 July 2019
Most people who've been involved in planning and strategy development will have heard of VUCA - Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous. Emerging out of the US War College in 1987, it's come to be more widely used by consultancies aiming to at least 'sound smart'. But that's not the main problem with its usage
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