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Using best practice to mature Australia's largest capital works portfolio.

Sydney Metro sought a partner and method so as to better understand areas of strength and improvement in relation to globally recognised good practice.

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Bringing together dispersed PMO's to meet the needs of a state-wide health system.

Bringing together dispersed PMO's to meet the needs of a modern, technology enabled, statewide health system.

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How project assurance assisted shipping to safely navigate and protect the Great Barrier Reef.

The assurance partner was required to assure risks and issues related to multiple implementation sites across five vessel traffic systems centres in Queensland.

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Maturing and optimising technology, policy, infrastructure and road safety programmes and projects.

The business sought a partner to provide to deliver end-to-end discovery, design, implementation and training for pre-selected PPM solution.

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Excellence in ambulance services through improved portfolio and programme management capability.

The Queensland Ambulance Service had an immediate need to establish a structured, consistent and robust approach for ICT portfolio and project delivery.

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Empowering internal project delivery for Queensland's Indigenous education programme.

Queensland State Schools, Indigenous Education, sought a suitable consulting partner to provide coaching, mentoring and support services across project management.

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How Auckland's largest infrastructure programme used P3M3® to adopt a best practice culture.

The business specifically required a maturity roadmap to enable the organisation to maturity to a mutually agreed and 'realistic' timetable.

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How effective assurance supported the success of a critical, statewide electoral management system.

The Commission and Project Board required greater transparency across the key delivery elements, in a language that enable clearer and more decisive decision making capability.

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Using portfolio & programme management frameworks to 'close the gap' across Indigenous health policy.

The business unit needed the capability to select and prioritise projects, and move from a 'reactive' environment to having the capability to be proactive.

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