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AuthorBlazevic, G
Date Accessioned2015-03-24
Date Available2015-03-24
AbstractThis research project led by CANEGROWERS sought to address the lack of succession planning within the Queensland sugar industry. The project developed iGrow: mentoring for industry succession planning and growth, a model to meet the current and future leadership and business development needs of the industry by supporting sustainable individual businesses and whole of industry expansion, growth and productivity. The project attempted to implement iGrow in three of the fastest growing regions in Queensland – Tully, Burdekin and Mackay - and evaluate its impact. The project was inspired by and built on a pilot mentoring project, conducted in 2010 with the assistance of a grant from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, that demonstrated a willingness by young industry members to be mentored.
PublisherSugar Research Australia Limited
Part of SeriesInternal report; 2011/822
SubjectSuccession planning
SubjectBusiness development
TitleMentoring for sugar industry succession and growth : final report 2011/822
KeywordsLeadership, Mentoring, Capacity building, Young industry participants

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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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