“With community opposition costing Australian infrastructure projects over $20 billion in the past decade due to delays and cancellations, gaining and maintaining community support for projects is vital to ensure a company can remain competitive in the marketplace.” (Infrastructure Australia 2019)
The social licence experts, Futureye, will provide practical insights to its long experience in de-risking project approvals and implementation by developing sound social licence strategies that reduce political risk through either eliminating or mitigating activism risk.
If complex projects can incorporate a practical way to predict and manage social licence risks, they will be much better placed to achieve cost and schedule objectives.
This webinar will explore how a social licence approach can futureproof your project.
Understand what social licence is
Evaluate real case studies to understand the impact not considering social licence can have on your project
Explore practical ways of managing social licence risk
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Katherine Teh is Managing Director of Futureye, whose social licence to operate methodology and problem-solving approach has made organisations more successful in an era of quickly shifting community expectations and instantaneous communication. She has extensive experience in de-risking project approvals with examples to share from Gorgon, BP, BHP and others.
Interested in this topic? This 2020 International Roundtable Series is a Thought Leadership initiative that brings together experienced practitioners and senior academics from around the world in Roundtable Workshops to explore the theme of Harnessing Emergence in Complex Projects: Risk, Uncertainty and Opportunity. It is held together with Series Partner Queensland University of Technology (QUTeX). For more information and to join a Roundtable Workshop, please see the .