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Professor Nuno Gil arrives on sabbatical

Professor Nuno Gil arrives on sabbatical

Mr Gill is a Professor of New Infrastructure Development at the University of Manchester's Alliance Manchester Business School and will continue his research on the design of structures and processes to create economic and social value.
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Marina van der Walt: Trends and Insights and Associated Reforms for NSW Infrastructure Projects

Marina van der Walt: Trends and Insights and Associated Reforms for NSW Infrastructure Projects

The John Grill Institute for Project Leadership’s Infrastructure in a Changing World talks series continued on Wednesday August 24 with the visit of Head of Assurance at Infrastructure New South Wales, Marina Van Der Walt.
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Industrial decarbonisation expert Nashwan Dawood visits SoPM

Industrial decarbonisation expert Nashwan Dawood visits SoPM

Professor Dawood discussed the university's decarbonisation agenda and his expertise in sustainable infrastructure, carbon reduction in construction, housing and engineering.
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Projects as Interventions in Infrastructure Systems

Projects as Interventions in Infrastructure Systems

On 21 June 2022, the Centre for Systems Engineering and Innovation at Imperial College London and the John Grill Institute for Project Leadership at the University of Sydney co-hosted a workshop on the need to see projects as interventions in wider systems, and the implications of such a mindset shift.
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School of Project Management retreat

School of Project Management retreat

On Thursday 23 June the School of Project Management and John Grill Institute for Project Leadership undertook a school retreat. The day was used to reflect on the needs of students and staff and develop a strategic future plan.
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Making futures that matter? Three things managers can do to make better futures, when working online

Making futures that matter? Three things managers can do to make better futures, when working online

As video conferencing becomes more central to work in organisations, managers need to improve the quality of discussions to make futures that matter. Doing so online is more difficult to organise and vulnerable to excluding relevant expertise.
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