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The Missing Competencies

As Brooke Co-founder Brett Nan Tie explains, tackling complex problems requires specific, and often elusive, skill sets.

Charting a course through complexity

Brooke Co-Founder Brett Nan Tie explains how understanding complexity can help you solve your most complex problems.

Financial Services Royal Commission in focus

Is the Royal Commission into the banking and financial services industry outcome-focused or just a political circuit breaker?

Securing Defence's Seaworthiness

A well-defined objective, flexible design modelling and bombproof implementation: secrets to the success of the Defence Seaworthiness Management System.

Brooke Breakfast Sessions

The Brooke Breakfast Sessions, a series of seminars linking some of Australia’s top decision makers, with the country’s most experienced problem solvers.

The future is here – and it’s automated

Join Brooke’s Bruce Everett as he moderates a panel on the latest issues surrounding automation, robotics and artificial intelligence at the IACCM conference.

Defence and Industry Conference mentions

Brooke applauds Kim Gillis (Deputy Secretary CASG) and CASG for the renewed emphasis on engagement with Industry…

Client confidence wins infrastructure project

Brooke assists rail infrastructure consortium in giving State Government client justified confidence it can meet the timelines in multi-billion dollar tender.

Canberra and Sydney-based senior management consultants and partners sought

Canberra and Sydney-based senior management consultants and partners are sought to join a global entrepreneurial group enjoying considerable growth.

Why projects fail

Project failures are more prevalent and more persistent than you might think. In fact, published project failures are only the tip of the iceberg!

Six common outsourcing mistakes

Most organisations expect outsourcing to deliver a range of benefits, but industry statistics show that outsourcing deals can fail to deliver.

Relational contracting

Traditional approaches to contracting and the attendant supplier management methods have failed to address issues associated with managing complexity.