$275 – $330

Strategy Implementation Through Partnerships

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JDH Architects

181 Oxford Street

Darlinghurst, NSW 2010

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STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS - delivering shared objectives through collaboration

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Often your project can have beneficiaries outside of your organisation and accountabilities. Similarly, there are many examples where a small additional investment by a potential partner can significantly amplify your project benefits. The growing trend towards place-based project delivery or case based service delivery is requiring different entities to work together to provide better customer outcomes.

This session will explore case studies from city deals and innovation precincts and how they can be applied to your operating environment.

What you’ll develop

• How to define your collaboration mandate

• How to develop your collaboration scope

• How to identify collaboration dividends

• How to identify and manage partner related risks

• How to create enduring collaboration

This masterclass will be facilitated by Michael Comninos, with experience in strategy and policy development, public administration, advocacy, regulatory reform, project management and data and analytics, Michael brings a unique suite of skills to understanding strategy and how public and private sectors can work together.

It is recommended to also attend the morning session Designing Fit For Purpose Advocacy to attend this extended session.

This is one of four sessions as part of our Summer Masterclasses Series. View all our sessions here.

To book the entire series and receive a discount for individuals and organisations, please contact Czerina on czerina@astrolabegroup.com.au

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