DEFINING FUTURE WORKPLACE NEEDS

Project Size

1,300 people

Industry

Federal Government

Year

2021

Client

The Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications [DITRDC]

CONVENIENCE & FLEXIBILITY

DITRDC are responsible for the design and delivery of the Australian Government’s infrastructure, transport, regional development, communications and arts policies and programs. 

CHALLENGE

Making good people and workplace decisions has become a whole lot more complicated in a world of disruption, continual technological advancements and talent shortages. Having the right insights at the right time can mean the difference between cumbersome, costly legacy work environments and modern, flexible, seamless workplaces that act as powerful catalysts for organisational culture, transformation and high performance. The DITRDC property team wanted to help shift senior executive thinking from workplace as a box to workplace as a catalyst for better strategic outcomes.

SOLUTION

Our experts, in collaboration with Colliers International, provided experienced workplace, transformation and executive engagement to help: 

  • educate senior executive around the value of using workplace as a catalyst.

  • seek agreement regarding desired organisational outcomes, ways to mitigate enterprise risk and build essential future capability.