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Australian Country Choice Collaborative Innovation Strategies Partnership program

The following report provides coverage of the outcomes of the Australian Country Choice (ACC) Collaborative Innovation Strategies Partnership program (CISP).  Specifically the report provides the outcomes of the following projects:

  • P.PSH.0497 - ACC9 Collaborative Innovation Strategy 2009-2011
  • P.PSH.0498 - ACC10 Innovation Manager's Professional Development.   Note that while the CISP program was run to completion under P.PSH.0487, the Innovation Manager agreement under P.PSH.0498 was terminated earlier. Therefore the outcomes of the Innovation Manager component are not reported in this report.

ACC has been a part of the collaborative innovation program since May 2008.  Initially, ACC entered into a 1 year agreement with the possibility of extending that agreement by another 2 years if both parties agreed it had been a worthwhile program.  The contract was extended in May 2009 for another 2 years.   In that time, ACC's appointed Innovation Manager has been challenged to gain traction within the business so that the program might advance towards its stated goals.

Upon completion of the first year of the contract, it was agreed that greater effort would need to be put into developing an innovation strategy and building an innovation capability within ACC.  It was agreed that a final version of the innovation strategy should be completed by Milestone 2, 6 months after the commencement of the second year of the program in November 2009.

An independent review of the ACC CISP program was conducted by Uniquest (refer to P.MDC.0024 UQ Review Stage 1 CISP).


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