Annual Report 2003/2004 Department of Business Industry and Resource Development
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Other Management Groups In addition to these whole-of-agency bodies, all Groups have a range of internal systems to ensure strategic objectives are being met. These include regular meetings of senior management groups, individual divisions and planning forums. Planning And Performance Management All DBIRD Groups undertake regular planning and performance management activities. These include: Annual planning days which include all of the Groups staff. Divisional planning and reporting on a monthly or quarterly basis. Staff performance appraisals on a six-monthly basis. Joint planning exercises with specific industry sectors. Corporate Communication The departments Groups undertake a range of corporate communication activities to ensure staff are aware of progress towards meeting Government objectives as well as new developments impacting on DBIRD. Groups also have a strong focus on their clients and use various techniques to maintain communication with stakeholders. The intranet and internet are increasingly being used as efficient methods to provide up-to-date information available to staff and clients. Other activities include: Internal Communication Regular senior management meetings, supported by Divisional and Branch meetings. Regularly updated intranet site for staff to access information and services, including a discussion forum and the ability to provide anonymous feedback to management. Major Group planning forums, supported by various Divisional and Branch planning sessions. Achievement review processes for all staff on a six-monthly basis. External Communication Regularly updated internet site to give clients and the wider public information about DBIRD activities and provide points of contact for inquiries. Electronic newsletters to key industry groups. Specific hardcopy newsletters mailed out to key industry groups. Supplying information to the NT Business Review in the NT News. Direct contact and information sharing between the department and key client groups, including joint planning meetings, field days, industry exhibitions. Attendance and displays at a wide variety of industry specific events. Displays at major NT events, including the show circuit and NT Expo. Frequent media announcements about significant DBIRD events. Department of Business, Industry & Resource Development 85 An nu al R ep or t
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