Strategic planning helps identify where you want to go and the most efficient way to get there. In business, it’s about uncovering opportunities and analysing the requirements for organisational success by ensuring efficient future allocation of:
• resources and physical assets such as staff, people, land, buildings, equipment, technology and IP.
The Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning invites you to this workshop as part of its support to regional businesses. Attendees will learn how strategic planning can help them:
• set direction and identify organisational priorities
• ensure staff are working to consistent goals
• support and simplify business decision making
• align effort toward priorities
• communicate business priorities.
Attending this workshop will help you to:
• focus on your business’ vision and mission statement
• develop long term strategic thinking and areas for discussion by all levels of management
• establish longer-term time frames for work planning and engage staff on activities aligned with a strategic focus
• improve how and where resources are allocated and
• improve business decision making.
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Join business leaders to explore innovation investment drivers and obstacles, and help shape the future of Australian Government policy.
About this Event
This half-day discovery workshop is a unique opportunity to be heard in the policy sphere and gain insights into your own organisation’s approach to innovation.
Hosted by the Office of Innovation and Science Australia and facilitated by Nous Group, the workshop will:
inform Government on the real drivers and barriers to innovation investment
explore what innovation looks like in a business context
identify factors behind successful innovation for your business.
Chatham House rules apply: no comments will be shared without permission given by the relevant business.
Who should attend?
Business leaders thinking about innovation, business strategy, investment decisions or how their business competes.
Primer materials will be circulated to guide participant thinking in advance of the workshop. Lunch will be provided.
Please arrive at 9:00am for a 9:30am start.
Date and Time
Tue., 18 June 2019
9:00 am – 2:30 pm AEST
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Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
Level 13, 100 Creek Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000
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