The metamorphosis in manufacturing....it imperative for companies to rework their strategies to become globally competitive. The 4 week strategic plan we prepared had one objective....to have fun and learn. Our strategy was aimed to de-risk our approach and do it at night. Our technology and development plan was to light up the old Guyndah as you have never seen it before and keep a handle on costs. Finally, our human resource strategy was centered on creating a collaborative approach and team providing provisions for fun and excitement.
HMQS Gayundah was a flat-iron gunboat operated by the Queensland Maritime Defence Force and later the Royal Australian Navy (as HMAS Gayundah). She entered service in 1884 and was decommissioned and sold in 1921. She then served as sand and gravel barge for Brisbane Gravel Pty Ltd until 1950, when she was scrapped. In 1958, Gayundah was run aground at Woody Point at Redcliffe, to serve as a breakwater structure.
This shot was not possible without the f6.3 team, thanks for your efforts, passion and teamwork...Ollie, Alan, Nik, Nick, Beth, Mick
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