The Planning & Programming Tsunami

There’s a wave of accumulating unfinished work slowly accruing, quietly threatening to overwhelm and push out important target dates at a project’s conclusion. I call it the program tsunami. More frequent in recent times, we see it evolving from faulty or missing logic or the undervaluing of the effort required in the fit-out phase of […]

Combatting ‘Neglect’ via the Higher Accommodation Supplement

October’s release of the Royal Commission’s interim report into the Aged Care sector generated wide-spread attention from the media and interest from the Australian public. The report, ‘Neglect’, called for a fundamental overhaul of the design, objectives, regulation, and funding of Australia’s aged care system, citing major failures in access to aged care, service shortfalls, […]