Organisational Review Roadshow dates announced

Organisational Review Roadshow -- Information not Decision Making Forums As the next stage in the CAMS Organisation Review Process, there will be a number of explanatory and consultative sessions held in the course of the next week. CAMS ...

Organisational Review Roadshow -- Information not Decision Making Forums

As the next stage in the CAMS Organisation Review Process, there will be a number of explanatory and consultative sessions held in the course of the next week.

CAMS President Colin Osborne is keen to reassure CAMS members that the presentations are intended to be information sharing and feedback sessions and not decision making forums.

"The presentations are specifically targeted at putting the Boards' current blueprint for change to the membership and key stakeholders," said Osborne.

"The forums are not about pushing through change outside of established constitutional processes but will provide valuable feedback to assist in the decision making process."

While in some cases a number of the decisions arising from the blueprint will not require state council endorsement, the Board and CEO are eager to keep all CAMS members informed about the proposed changes that will take place across all levels of the organisation.

"We are keen to solicit members' feedback and these forums are an important step in this process," said Osborne.

Final arrangements for these presentations are currently being made and attendance is encouraged. For members in remote or regional centres or others who can't attend, an overview report of the Board's proposals will be available for consideration and feedback.

State Presentations

South Australia
Monday 31 March
SA Sporting Car Club

Western Australia
Tuesday 1 April
Challenge Stadium

Tasmania
Wednesday 2 April
Ross Hotel

Victoria
Thursday 3 April
State Meeting Room

New South Wales
Friday 4 April
Sport and Recreation, Homebush, Olympic Park

Queensland
Monday 8 April
Sports House Hilton, Brisbane

-credit: cams.com.au

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