SAS Group News
What's the Objective?
James Baker, Senior Consultant
One of the reasons the Australian Defence Force is so often called in to coordinate disaster relief operations is, aside from their numbers, they are master planners. They have to be, BECAUSE of their numbers, and the complexity of the tasks they undertake. The layers upon layers of intricacy built into plans to coordinate effects at precise locations and times.
Jobs Skills Summit: It may be limited to 100 delegates but this is a conversation for the nation
Shayne Sutton, Associate Director
Like so many others, I’ve stopped counting the number of meetings and business events I’ve attended where discussions quickly turn to the difficulties of finding skilled and unskilled people to fill vacancies, the skills shortages everywhere, and the training lead times required to enable enterprise opportunities to be pursued or ensure supply chains aren’t disrupted. Every sector is being impacted.
Reputational risk is often your first warning to prevent the business burning down
Paddy Hintz, Senior Consultant
As crisis communications professionals, we’re often called in to put out reputational spot fires. Like any firefighter, we pray that we are called in early enough to prevent the type of conflagration that can bring down careers and severely dent the bottom line.