'Raising the Bar' On Culture in Construction

Great culture leads to better productivity & a sustainable construction industry

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This webinar will demystify project culture by defining the project leadership and project management elements that shape it, calling on all client/sponsor, executive, and project team members to do their part in 'raising the bar' on culture in construction.

This will further link to how transforming one's approach to error management and mitigation can inspire innovation and sustained design and delivery excellence.Case studies on tier one and two construction firms which are driving cultural change towards more sustainable procurement/delivery models will be shared, as well as how current collaborative joint industry-government initiatives are driving cultural change here in Australia and overseas.

 

Event takeaways

  • Defining what culture is so you can inspire your teams/organisations to positively change theirs.

  • The 10 key actions consistently required from the client through to the project executive and teams to create great cultures.

  • How effective error management and impact mitigation sustains great cultures.

  • Case studies on Tier One and Two construction firms which are driving cultural change towards more sustainable procurement/delivery models.

  • How current collaborative joint industry government initiatives are driving cultural change here in Australia and overseas.
     

Who is this event for? 

  • Key influencers from government agencies driving infrastructure/construction programs

  • Client-side project directors and managers on all types of projects

  • Board members, directors and owners of construction companies

  • Construction-side project directors and managers and those aspiring to these roles

  • Project design team leaders across all levels

  • Academics and researchers from the field of construction management and engineering

  • Project advisory consultants
 

​The event is proudly sponsored by:

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Members: $30 | Non members $60
CPD points: 3


Presenters:

John Morrison

Director, Frontline Coach Pty Ltd




John Morrison has consulted broadly across the Australian Construction industry for 16 years. He is the founding Director of Frontline Coach Pty Ltd which consults with a range of major construction firms and government agencies to inspire program delivery excellence. He is also involved in collaborative research with Curtin and Deakin Universities on the cost and safety impacts of error in construction and the cultural mitigations required to transform performance. He has as co-authored 10 published papers in international engineering and construction management journals.

Natasa Gadzuric

Managing Principal, Sustainable People Solutions Pty Ltd


Natasa Gadzuric has spent the past 15 years specialising in areas of people, culture and change management. She is a civil engineer with over 20 years’ experience, having worked in both operational and support roles for construction companies, project and business advisory, and engineering design consultancies.
She is the Managing Principal of Sustainable People Solutions (SPS) and founder of the SPS Leaders Alliance. She sits on the Board of the College of Leadership and Management (CLM) and is an Engineering Executive and Fellow of Engineers Australia.

John Morrison

Natasa Gadzuric