The Industry Leaders Group provides input and assists AIPM in delivering on its mission. The group contributes to the Institute in developing strategies to:

  • Help shape our advocacy policies and message;

  • Commission research;

  • Provide market intelligence; and

  • Provide input into services and products to better meet the needs of all AIPM stakeholders 




The AIPM Industry Leaders will focus on project leadership identifying the overriding trends affecting business in Australia and, as a by-product, how organisations deliver successful strategic change.

The objectives are to assist AIPM in furthering the implementation of the its AIPM 2020 Plan and future strategies by:

  • Assisting AIPM identify priorities, including strategic advice about the Institute’s future direction, relevance of its activities and outputs; capability positioning and possible future investment opportunities.

  • Counseling the AIPM Executive and Board on commercialisation/technology transfer opportunities, market conditions and trends;

  • Providing direct input [and piloting] current and future services and products;

  • Assisting the Institute in building external connections and networks;

  • Acting as advocates for the Institute in various forums;

  • Acting as “Champions of Change” in support of AIPM’s Culture change journey; and

  • Providing industry knowledge effectively representing Australian industry in decisions made by AIPM.​




Greg Usher, RPS Australia Asia Pacific, Chair

Trevor Alex, FTS Group
Wayne Bicket, Department of Defence - CASG
Jennifer Boyd, Telstra
Troy Burton, Aurecon
​Stuart Cassie, SEQ Water
Sascha Chandler, PWC
Sam Colverson, Victorian Agency for Health Information
Linda-Rose Daya, Gilbert & Tobin
Richard Fechner, GHD
Peter Hooi, Powercor Network Services

Julian Kerwood, Turner & Townsend
Peter Leahy, BAE Systems Australia
Natasha Moore, KPMG
Roy Sargent, Department of Housing & Public Works
Ashley Staude, KBR
Colin Taylor, V/Line
Jennifer Whyte, University of Sydney
Jun Wong, Transurban