CASE STUDY

Centre for Workplace Leadership

THE CLIENT

INDUSTRY

Education

LOCATION

Melbourne

Challenge

The Centre for Workplace Leadership sought to research Australia’s leading places to work, focusing on gender equality, workplace flexibility practices, and organisational culture. They aimed to uncover innovative approaches and narratives to drive positive change in these areas.

Approach

A-HA collaborated with the Centre for Workplace Leadership to conduct extensive research, including workplace consultations and data analysis, to explore how organisations achieve success in gender diversity, workplace flexibility, and organisational culture.

Solution

Our research resulted in several insightful case studies, including those on hackathons, Canberra Grammar School, Atlassian Organisation Values, Marque 2, Telstra’s flexible work practices, and a culture of flexibility. These case studies provide valuable insights and examples for organisations seeking to enhance their workplace environment.

Experience

Through our partnership, the Centre for Workplace Leadership gained valuable insights into leading practices for creating inclusive and flexible workplaces. Our collaborative approach and commitment to delivering actionable outcomes ensured the success of the project.

What our clients have to say

The Centre for Workplace Leadership engaged A-HA to work on the Gender Equality Strategy project in 2015, a project for the Department of Employment. A-HA worked with our researchers during the interviews contributing questions and feedback based on their expert knowledge; and assisted in writing and editing the case studies. A-HA were a pleasure to work with and helped us meet a very tight project timeline. The support and expertise A-HA provided contributed to the success of the project and has led us to hire A-HA for a new project currently underway.

Sally Orpin

Marketing and Communications Officer

Centre for Workplace Leadership

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  • Most importantly establish a foundation for working together. We want you to feel confident that we are the right HR partner for you, because this is your business’ future you are about to invest in, so we need to get it right. 

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