Each strategic planning process is unique and should be tailored to meet the needs of the individual organisation. Recognising this, SPP have developed a flexible approach to strategic planning that can be adapted to the situation, and yet still drive the planning team forward to a valuable outcome.

From Retail Banner to Brand – unlocking go-to-market performance

Independent retail banners or buying groups that recognise the market opportunity are transitioning to a strategy of ‘managing nationally and executing locally’ in order to not only attract supplier investment, but to deliver on a clear shopper proposition that is tailored to local needs. SPP’s Consumer experts David Mackay, Graeme Chipp and Noel Leung talk about our systematic approach to unlocking go-to-market effectiveness, which is the key to aligning suppliers and retailers to deliver mutually beneficial outcomes.

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Dom6 – A Data Maturity Assessment Model

Data has the potential to guide strategy and improve outcomes for organisations in the public and private sector alike, but they often get stuck on where to begin. To help an organisation identify their ‘first move’ to improve data operations, SPP has identified the key questions that should be asked against each element of this operating model. These questions form the basis of SPP’s Data Operations Maturity Assessment, highlighting where effort should be directed to improve data management for enhanced business outcomes.

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SPP’s DeCoDE for Data Strategy – Decoding your data needs

When it comes to data strategy, we have seen many organisations – commercial and public – put the cart before the horse. SPP’s approach to data strategy puts the horse back in front of the cart where it belongs. We have developed the SPP DeCoDE Framework to capture the key elements of a successful data strategy, ensuring our clients’ data strategy links to their organisational goals.

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PSN Victorian Innovation Conference

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.

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esports – the game changer for Australian sports and entertainment

Esports is fast becoming one of the world’s most popular and lucrative mainstream sectors of the entertainment industry. Victoria will be home to the biggest esports event in Australia when it hosts the inaugural Melbourne Esports Open in September 2018. SPP explains why esports is such an attractive investment target both globally and domestically.

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Three big ideas for International Education

Our Education specialists, Partner Ben Apted and Consultant Kade Brown, look at the role the international education sector can play in driving economic outcomes for Victoria after attending Australia China Business Council’s (ACBC) Education Forum last week.

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