Problem definition is the first and most vital step in any change process, investment proposal, business case or initiative planning. Despite this, it is often rushed or missed out entirely. Organisations who are considering a new project tend to think they understand their ...
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As a sector, local government in New Zealand owns over $120 billion in assets. Every year, Councils spend $4 billion on new and renewed capital, and over $8 billion delivering services. This is forecast to hit $12 billion in the next 10 years. The stakes are high. In places...
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Put simply, a structured conversation is a powerful communication tool that fosters understanding and provides direction. It can take many forms, from an interactive facilitated workshop, to a lengthy and complex report. But how will you know one when you see one? Well, reg...
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You've got a great idea for a new venture or project. Now all you need to do is put together a strong business case or feasibility study to get funding or sign-off. Avoid these five common mistakes to greatly improve your odds of success....
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We want to bring our audience along on our mission, not impress them with our intelligence. ...
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