Leadership, direction and action... Three key ingredients to a positive future

Schmidt, Anthony T.
May 2019
Construction Engineering Australia;May2019, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p2
The article focuses the need for leadership, direction and action by the Federal, State and Local Government in Australia in order to minimise political upheaval which is mainly caused by uncertainty, and talks of need for political process with a realistic vision of the future on all fronts.


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