Joining forces and embracing change

Soon after the announcement of the proposed new operating model, Infrastructure and Place saw an opportunity to bring TfNSW and RMS teams together to network and learn more about each other’s work.

The inaugural IP Interchange event on 2 May had been in planning for months and although it was early days for the merging teams, it seemed a perfect opportunity to think about the new Infrastructure and Place division and what it might look like.

Over 200 RMS people were additionally invited, bringing the attendance to nearly 1,000 people, and leaders from RMS were invited to present.

People were very positive about hearing more on the changes and they appreciated the chance to hear both the work of TfNSW and RMS, especially what Motorways and Technical and Project Services do in RMS.

“There’s so much in terms of new ideas, technologies and capability that we’re going to share now across the broader division,” said Sarah Vierboom, who works in Knowledge Management and Innovation.

The Infrastructure and Place division was officially stood up on the 5 June and its new combined leadership team also had their first Executive Strategy day together this week. High on the agenda is developing and sharing their vision for the future of Infrastructure and Place in Transport.

You can watch videos of all the presentations from the IP Interchange event.

Soon after the announcement of the proposed new operating model, Infrastructure and Place saw an opportunity to bring TfNSW and RMS teams together to network and learn more about each other’s work.

The inaugural IP Interchange event on 2 May had been in planning for months and although it was early days for the merging teams, it seemed a perfect opportunity to think about the new Infrastructure and Place division and what it might look like.

Over 200 RMS people were additionally invited, bringing the attendance to nearly 1,000 people, and leaders from RMS were invited to present.

People were very positive about hearing more on the changes and they appreciated the chance to hear both the work of TfNSW and RMS, especially what Motorways and Technical and Project Services do in RMS.

“There’s so much in terms of new ideas, technologies and capability that we’re going to share now across the broader division,” said Sarah Vierboom, who works in Knowledge Management and Innovation.

The Infrastructure and Place division was officially stood up on the 5 June and its new combined leadership team also had their first Executive Strategy day together this week. High on the agenda is developing and sharing their vision for the future of Infrastructure and Place in Transport.

You can watch videos of all the presentations from the IP Interchange event.