Blog Article Collection

Implications of a Customer Centric Grid Published on December 10th, 2015

I noted the $10B sale of Transgrid in NSW recently, and the resulting commentary - mostly about whether we will get higher prices as a result.It seemed like same old same old - privatise or not,  … Continue reading »
When reading the daily news it is easy to think that it is human nature to fight and compete to win regardless of the wider consequences to others or to the natural world. Yet I believe another narra … Continue reading »
Over the past several years I have been working with a Council and their community on the NSW coast. They've been collaborating to co-create an adaptation plan to manage the risk of rising sea lev … Continue reading »

Collaboration AND Contestability Published on November 4th, 2015

The following quote got me mulling on an issue that arises again and again with my clients. That is, how can you collaborate within an environment of contestability?Holly Snape, a Chief Executive in … Continue reading »
I said, how well do.....oh never mind. If I'm like most organisations I'm probably not really listening to your response anyway.I say this having read a great new report by Jim Macnamara (Pro … Continue reading »

Completing The Collaborative Picture Published on October 14th, 2015

I saw a picture in the Illawarra Mercury the other day, taken after the latest meeting about the future of Port Kembla steelworks.As you’d expect, it featured steelworkers and employees, the uni … Continue reading »
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