A traditional approach to procurement does not consider the new material impacts of COVID-19. How can you adjust your procurement strategy to balance certainty and risk? – Norm Castles & Trevor Manners, Infrastructure Advisory
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Leading through and beyond COVID-19
Responding to COVID-19
Aurecon looks at how asset owners can identify the most critical assets that support their business strategy through the lens of risk to ensure the right investment. – Mayuran Sivapalan, ANZ Risk Lead
During this crisis, well established ways of working and engaging no longer apply. How do we facilitate ‘great client experiences’ when we are in lock-down? – Maureen Thurston, Chief Experience Officer
Navigating with digital innovation
Critical infrastructure providers are typically prepared for emergencies, but not pandemics. What are the things we are seeing our clients consider now? – Simon McFadden, Global Client Director
COVID-19 is forcing us to collaborate in an unprecedented fashion, speeding up the adoption rate of new systems and new digital ways of working. – Andrew Maher, Chief Digital Officer
As demand for data connectivity rises during COVID-19, data centres have been identified as 'essential infrastructure'. What can we learn from this moment? – Matt Gurr, Technical Director
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