Join us on Friday, 4th October for our Implementing Asset Management in Government Symposium. Read on for a sneak peek of just one of the topics that we will be exploring during the day.
A Queensland Case Study
Asset management is a broad and complex topic, requiring leadership and team effort to achieve the desired outcomes. Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC) has developed an internal project playbook (or problem solving framework) to help public sector clients solve the right problems and improve their financial sustainability. The playbook includes best practice in problem identification, data analytics and team agility. A Queensland local government water and wastewater case study will be presented, highlighting the processes of problem identification and resolution in an environment where physical assets are key.
Christine Ip, Director Client Advisory, Queensland Treasury Corporation
Christine is a senior commercial and financial manager with over 20 years of experience in strategy, complex problem solving and value creation across multiple industries in the private and public sectors.
She is a Director in the Client Advisory Division of Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC). She leads a team of finance and accounting professionals to secure the State’s financial success through business optimisation, major infrastructure development and financing.
Christine is strongly driven to use her commercial acumen in the for-purpose sector. She serves as a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Family Planning Queensland (t/a True Relationship & Reproductive Health).
Her recommended reads are: ‘Tools of Titans’ by Tim Ferriss and ‘How to Win Friends and Influence People’ by Dale Carnegie.