Government departments are key to driving growth, productivity and ensuring appropriate regulation of consumer and business activity. However, governments face significant pressure to better engage with their constituents, improve sharing and efficiency of their own resources, and show greater return from their investments.
SPP works with State, Commonwealth and Local government to improve outcomes from both policy and program activities. We provide a focussed, structured, flexible approach that’s tailored to the specific planning and implementation capability of our partners.
ARTICLE SUMMARY Internationally recognised precincts have benefitted from successful partnerships with knowledge institutions, where both research and education capabilities have played a key role in supporting industry competitiveness and growth. In this article, SPP’s Precinct Lead Ben Apted together with Government Lead Phil Noble outline some fundamental benefits knowledge institutions bring to a developing precinct.…Read More
The Open Banking framework impacts all major banks and financial services institutions, creating a new operating environment where accredited third-parties can access consumer data. This access to data will generate a multitude of opportunities for banks and third parties to create new products and services. It will also create opportunities for retail banks to reshape the way they add value to their banking services and create new efficiencies and innovations in customer service technologies.Read More
With an inspiring line-up of speakers, SPP’s Leadership Panel Breakfast held on Monday, 4 March was attended by principals and educators, education and government stakeholders, eager to discuss the opportunities and challenges of innovative education models. SPP’s Senior Partner Ben Apted talks about the need to focus on being clear on what sort of return institutes or stakeholders are after, and being able to value this.Read More
In light of the recent funding reforms, SPP has developed a robust tool that not only provides detailed insights for universities to optimise their course portfolio from a financial perspective, but also an informed sector wide understanding of delivery costs, which we have demonstrated in the following analysis.Read More
SPP has developed an overarching framework to guide development of a precinct strategy, which has already assisted governments and universities to systematically develop a place based strategy that responds to their specific objectives and reflects the unique characteristics of the place. Our Education and Government experts Ben Apted and Phil Noble outline the key elements here.Read More