Steps to Make Your Organisation a More Equal and Inclusive Workplace in 2020 - by Helen Roe "The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organisation but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights." - Gloria Steinam [...]
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Why Purpose is Fundamental for Strategic Alignment and Peak Performance It will come as no surprise that organisation performance can be optimised by achieving strategic alignment. There is no point in crafting a strategy, developing leaders, designing an organisation or changing the culture without a clearly defined organisation purpose. In [...]
What Fortnite can Teach Us About Building an Agile Workplace by Stephen Evans The environment in which government agencies operate has become increasingly complex, characterised by uncertainty and a rapidly evolving strategic landscape. Solutions require a dynamic and tailored approach rather than a standardised approach government operating models often [...]
Exploring the Untapped Element of the Ninth Fundamental Input to Capability by Matthew Graham and John Smith The 2016 Defence White Paper highlights the recognition of industry into Defence capability development. This article explores the untapped element of the Ninth Fundamental Input to Capability (FIC), industry as a FIC, detailing [...]
Noetic brings SimYouth to the Australasian Simulation Congress 2019 The Australasian Simulation Congress 2019 is getting close. From digital innovation to improvement through simulation, experts in Simulation, Modelling, Training and Decision Support prepare to share their expertise with attendees across government and industry. Noetic is excited to deliver SimYouth, [...]
The Principles of High Reliability Organisations (HRO) – a Practical Application by Peter Wilkinson High Reliability Organisations (HRO) are organisations which consistently avoid serious incidents, despite operating in environments characterised by high levels of inherent risk and/or operational complexity. The US Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines are usually [...]
Essential Steps for Implementing a Successful Strategy by Michelle Todd How many fingers and toes do you have? I have ten of each and could easily use them to count the amount of times I have seen a strategy fail to be successfully implemented within an organisation. Most organisations are [...]
How Futures Thinking can illuminate policy design - by Paul Ashton Policymakers strive to establish future-focused policies that set the pathway and conditions for a better future and society. However, developing policy that effectively considers a realistic future state is often easier said than done. Many organisations both public [...]
Delivering Public Value through Active Benefits Management - by Christine McPaul Public sector organisations at all levels face the challenge of delivering public value from the investment decisions taken to deliver government policies. Every decision to allocate government funds, whether through grants allocation or through developing infrastructure to improve [...]
Simple Steps to Cultivate Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace - by Sara Wilson In one of my first professional roles, I listened to a talk on diversity and inclusion that really resonated with me. The speaker was promoting an internal initiative, adding LGBTIQ support pins to profiles. This [...]