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OrganisationTully Sugar
OrganisationTully Cane Growers
OrganisationTully Cane Productivity Services
OrganisationSugar Research and Development Corporation
AuthorLucy, P
Date Accessioned2014-01-12
Date Available2014-01-12
AbstractThe project utilised services of Organisational Psychologist Ian Plowman, to build capacity for change and develop the management ability of a number of participants in the Tully Sugar Industry.
AbstractThe project was running immediately prior to the development of the Tully District Strategic plan and the District Productivity Plan. The project was able to provide a range of skills to 38 industry participants from growing, harvesting and milling sectors and provide them with project management tools and experience.
AbstractWorkshops were conducted to demonstrate a number of tools, which could be used in reaching decisions within a group structure while managing time and minimising conflict. The project produced an increased number of people in the Tully Sugar Industry who are more aware of project management and who can now utilise a number of tools to arrive at group decisions.
Part of SeriesInternal Report; 2005 CG007
SubjectSocial research
SubjectProject management
SubjectTully Strategic Plan
TitleTully Sugar Industry project : working for our future, phase 2
KeywordsWorking Together For Our Future workshops, Tully Productivity Plan, Regional Advisory Groups Regional Plan, Group decisions, Group structures, Teamwork, Decision making tool, Ian Plowman

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  • Collaboration, capability and development [44]
    Research outcomes: A highly skilled industry workforce with the knowledge and capability to meet current and future needs of the industry. Connected and respected, both domestically and internationally. Motivated industry participants who promote an enthusiastic approach to solving industry issues.

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