Projects

Our clients come from diverse industries and face a variety of challenges.

Our Watch

Through a series of staff consultations and collaborative working sessions with the leadership team, Right Lane helped Our Watch to define its national leadership role to support the organisation’s next phase under the Fourth Action Plan and a new strategic plan.

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McCallum

Following the development of the 2019–2021 strategic plan, Right Lane worked with the CEO and executive team to co-develop a new organisational structure that supports their customer-centric focus and positions the organisation to deliver on its strategy.

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City of Yarra

Right Lane worked with the City of Yarra’s Family Youth and Children’s Services branch after an internal realignment to connect the roles of team members to their purpose.

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Centre for Social Impact (CSI) Swinburne

Right Lane was engaged by CSI Swinburne to facilitate a strategic growth workshop with the CSI team and senior stakeholders to consider growth options for the research centre and to help design a business model to achieve their preferred strategic growth pathway.

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Bully Zero

In helping Bully Zero develop its new five year strategic plan, Right Lane undertook a rigorous process of consultation, synthesising a broad range input from ambassadors, volunteers, staff and the Board, to help the organisation address key strategic questions and establish a forward-looking strategic plan.

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Betty Amsden Foundation

Right Lane worked with the Betty Amsden Foundation trustees to agree on the design and measures of success for the Foundation’s programs, and to develop a process to monitor and evaluate the program’s outcomes.

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Bank Australia

Right Lane assisted the Bank Australia to transform its approach to project management to a standardised and streamlined ‘Bank Australia methodology’.

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Bureau of Meteorology

Right Lane has facilitated the Bureau of Meteorology’s Community Outreach Program’s annual planning workshops. These multi-day events provide an opportunity for the Program to come together as a team to reflect on the year that has been, prepare for the year ahead, and build upon their distinctive team culture.

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African Australian Community Taskforce

Right Lane and ACIL Allen worked closely with representatives from AACTF executive team, Victoria Police, Department of Justice and Community Safety, Multicultural Affairs and Social Cohesion, Department of Premier and Cabinet Victoria and other stakeholders to develop a business case for the transition of the AACTF to a long-term independent entity that supports the needs of the broader African communities in Victoria.

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Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU)

Right Lane supported the AMWU to create a Union Culture Charter which would serve as a central document to guide the decisions, actions and behaviours of its staff.

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