How do cities and places reposition themselves after disasters and how can organisations structure themselves around place for long lasting resilient outcomes?
Join us on November the 23rd to hear from SALT District in Christchurch, New Zealand and Town of Victoria Park in Perth, Western Australia – two organisations that have used disruptive governance models to build a shared and sustainable identity and deliver places at a neighbourhood to neighbourhood scale.
Whilst one focuses on place-led social rebuild and the other on the whole of organisation response to place, both approaches will deliver rich insights into the mechanics and the principles that drive these disruptive governance models, including:
• The setup of trusts, alliances, charters, team structure, budgets, and the role of the place champion.
• How to break down the silos to ensure everyone is responsible for delivering great outcomes and that disciplines, stakeholders and community are interlinked.
• How to build a shared identity that respects the complexity of place
• Identifying who is responsible for the ‘Place Glue’ and keeping the vision on track.
• Exploring when to apply systems thinking vs linear thinking.
Laura Taylor, Principal Placemaking Advisor, Ōtākaro Limited
David Doy, Manager Place Planning, Town of Victoria Park
Dean Cracknell, Co-Founder and Director of Place Town Team Movement
Sandy Burgoyne, PlacemakingX, Sydney, Australia.
CEO, Place Leaders Asia Pacific, Melbourne, Australia.