Past Organisational Development projects include:-
- Redland City Council– Restructure of RCC’s distribution of funds to community organisations. This project involved intensive research into the various funding mechanisms that had evolved within Councils different sections. It resulted in a new amalgamated grants system, the establishment of a grants unit and consistency in dispersion of other funds to the community.
- Department of Communities, Strengthening Non Government Organisations Project – Assistance in developing documentation for distribution of public monies, including an Information Kit and Business Case Template (application form) for the Multi Tenant Service Centre Project.
- Pine Rivers Shire Council – Assistance in developing associated documentation for amalgamating existing council grants into one process, namely the Community Assistance Project.
- Livingstone Shire Council –Training and mentoring new staff. Training and mentoring new Community Development staff re responsibilities of local government and how to achieve goals within local authority structure.
- Department of Housing – Organisational Change Project- Staff Evaluation – Midterm Review. Workshops were conducted in 17 locations across Queensland to ascertain the attitudes, perceptions and expectations of Area Office Managers and staff with regards to the changes that the Department had implemented.
- Entium Australia – The Institute of Business and Industry Training Human Resource Policy and Procedures Manual. Assistance in the development and production of the above manual.
- Strategic Planning Workshops –Development of strategic plans aim to successfully lead community organisations into the future. Organisations facilitated include Bandwagon Festivals, Queensland Skateboard Association, Beeralong Community Farm, Jindalee Swimming Club, Ipswich and West Moreton Tennis Association and Darra Oxley Pony Club etc.
- Policy and Procedure Manual Workshops – Conducting workshops for with various organisations such as Bandwagon Festivals, Brisbane Seniors Online, Beeralong Community Farm, Inala Art Gallery and many others, to develop policies and procedures for their community group.