Leaders co-designing our 10 year strategy

Earlier this year, our Transport Cluster leadership team began developing a 10 year strategy to deliver on our Future Transport vision for the people of New South Wales.

The strategy is about more clearly defining who we are, what we need to get right every day and the customer and community outcomes we are all working towards.

Leaders have been engaged across all parts of the Transport cluster since earlier this year to define the next level of detail for customer and community outcomes, and working through the ideas and challenges together.

And recently, conversations with over a hundred leaders in a range of workshops have centred around what good looks like in the next 5-10 years as we focus more on creating well-connected places and communities, and further developing our organisation and our people – the critical foundations to our success.

The co-design process will lead to the development of clear outcomes that will help us deliver our Future Transport vision.

“Knowing where we’re heading as Transport together and having a strong sense of the things that matter most to our people, customers and the community will be vital as we head into the next phase of Evolving Transport after 1 July – particularly as our divisions start to form their new leadership teams and embed new ways of working,” said Jonathon Deans, Principal Manager of Corporate Planning, Office of the Secretary.

Earlier this year, our Transport Cluster leadership team began developing a 10 year strategy to deliver on our Future Transport vision for the people of New South Wales.

The strategy is about more clearly defining who we are, what we need to get right every day and the customer and community outcomes we are all working towards.

Leaders have been engaged across all parts of the Transport cluster since earlier this year to define the next level of detail for customer and community outcomes, and working through the ideas and challenges together.

And recently, conversations with over a hundred leaders in a range of workshops have centred around what good looks like in the next 5-10 years as we focus more on creating well-connected places and communities, and further developing our organisation and our people – the critical foundations to our success.

The co-design process will lead to the development of clear outcomes that will help us deliver our Future Transport vision.

“Knowing where we’re heading as Transport together and having a strong sense of the things that matter most to our people, customers and the community will be vital as we head into the next phase of Evolving Transport after 1 July – particularly as our divisions start to form their new leadership teams and embed new ways of working,” said Jonathon Deans, Principal Manager of Corporate Planning, Office of the Secretary.