Capability & Culture

Reflecting on the lessons from crisis management and rapid recovery

There are many different types of crises: natural and human-made disasters, political scandals, terrorism attacks, commercial collapses, global health emergencies. Some crises arrive swiftly, undetected, catching us off-guard. Others we can see coming from a long way off, yet are powerless to avoid them.

Future of Work – Fireside Chat

Join Associate Director of Grosvenor, Charitee Davies, for a 'Fireside Chat' at BiiG 2019, held in Brisbane. Discussing the future of work, and highlighting the importance of address a growing skills gap, as well as our understanding of the current trends in the current workforce, and how this will impact workplaces in the future. 

Could my organisation benefit from outsourcing?

Many organisations are facing this, sometimes controversial, question right now. For example, the Federal Department of Human Services is, very publicly, trying to grapple with this question in testing opportunities for outsourcing some or all of its back-of-house processing and payment functions.

What it takes to successfully establish your primary health care workforce profile

A comprehensive profile of the primary health care workforce in your region is an essential input for effective workforce planning. But compiling the necessary data and keeping it up to date is easier said than done!

The key to effective stakeholder engagement

Every day, organisations communicate with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders in every aspect of their operations. However, when analysing our clients’ stakeholder engagement approaches, it becomes evident that efforts to engage with stakeholders often occur in an ad-hoc and rather visceral manner.