For most infrastructure projects, the government is the client or major project sponsor. The government will set the stakeholder expectations, including everything from when and where it would like to receive information, to how projects should be positioned relevant to them.
People think that innovation has to be something big and technology-driven, it needs to be really disruptive. For me, innovation is just continuously improving and trying to do things faster. So that doesn’t need to be anything ground-breaking, it just actually could be de-hassling someone or helping get the best out of that person’s skills.
If you can make innovation something that your team is excited about if you’re recruiting people and reminding them that you’re not going for average, you want to be better than everybody else, you’ll start to find the right players with the right passion and enthusiasm for doing things better and different.
You need to invest in innovation to stay relevant, and to get a market share in a very competitive landscape in Australia you need to be at the forefront of what your customers need now, but also what they might need into the future.
In terms of benefiting from innovation, it’s creating a culture that there’s no fear around innovation. Once you start getting as many people in your company really thinking about shaking things up or testing something new, you’ll start to find opportunities for efficiency. Here are four simple tools that we have implemented in our organisation to expedite and de-hassle team members.
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As you sit where you are, scrolling through infrastructure job ads online, perhaps it’s crossed your mind to leap from the safety of your in-house communications and engagement role to the exciting realm of consulting.