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New consultancy Alexandria Agenda was launched on 20 November 2014 at Melbourne’s Celtic Club by prominent Melburnian Elizabeth Proust.
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21 November 2014
Consultancy launched to drive stakeholder and governance solutions
New consultancy Alexandria Agenda was launched last night at Melbourne’s Celtic Club by prominent Melburnian Elizabeth Proust.
Alexandria Agenda’s Managing Director Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri said “the consultancy’s objective is to provide a new approach to governance and stakeholder relationships for governments, NGOs, businesses, universities, international organisations and community groups.”
Ms Proust said “Alexandria Agenda is strongly placed to assist a wide range of organisations to work through policy dilemmas, stakeholder relationships and governance issues.”
Ms Proust endorsed Alexandria Agenda’s key services (advice, training, dialogue and evaluation), and its emphasis on conflict resolution and organisational appraisals.
Professor Camilleri stated “ours is a globalising world in which the scale, intensity and speed of change is impacting on organisations, large and small, public and private. Alexandria Agenda’s purpose is to help organisations get a better handle on their complex and rapidly changing environment.”
“Assisting organisations build productive and sustainable stakeholder relationships and more effectively respond to risks and opportunities are Alexandria Agenda’s specialties,” said Professor Camilleri.
After a distinguished academic career, Professor Camilleri decided it was time to make his expertise more widely available. In this pursuit, he enlisted four dynamic associates: Tasneem Chopra, Mendo Kundevski, Dr Adrian Soh and Dr Aran Martin.
Alexandria Agenda’s team members have worked on projects in the following areas: dialogue, education, governance, community and stakeholder engagement, diversity, intercultural relations, business, environmental sustainability, climate change and energy.
For more information visit Alexandria Agenda webiste: www.alexandriaagenda.com
More about Joseph Camilleri
Professor Camilleri is a distinguished international relations, governance and dialogue specialist. He has written 25 widely acclaimed books and more than 100 book chapters and journal articles. In 2009, he co-authored an influential book, Worlds in Transition: Evolving Governance Across a Stressed Planet.
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