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  • Tipping Point — Contact
    Point Level 42 Chifley Tower 2 Chifley Square Sydney NSW 2000 Postal Address Tipping Point GPO Box 5012 Sydney NSW 2001 Telephone Phone 61 2 9210 4600 Fax 61 2 9210 4622 Email General Enquiry info ttpi org Jobs careers ttpi org Webmaster webmaster ttpi org About History Values Capabilities Sustainability Governance Careers Infrastructure Customer Centric Design Transport Planning Renewable Energy Solutions Built Environment Project Governance Development Management Urban Planning

    Original URL path: http://www.ttpi.org/contact.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Tipping Point — Infrastructure
    complexity in too much depth Customer Centric Design Few passenger journeys comprise the use of a single mode of transport yet most transport planning is considered in the context of a particular mode Improving the adoption of passenger transport services is a key component of improving the sustainability of any economy Passenger centric design frames the approach to planning based on the end to end journey and provides key insights into improving the benefits of transport infrastructure Transport Planning Tipping Point has been at the forefront of transport planning methodology for 15 years The basis of our approach is to consider transport as a system in context to the society and city s urban plan We see planning for a mode of transport in isolation as a flawed approach destined to under deliver to any planned outcome This failure is not from a lack of professionalism or capability but from a lack of integrated planning That is the project was framed without considering the context of the service that the project was intended to offer Transport projects are pieces of a puzzle not goals in themselves Integrated Transport Planning addresses this limitation by looking at the service solution the project

    Original URL path: http://www.ttpi.org/infrastructure.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Tipping Point — Built Environment
    in place to serve the built environment The recent studies utilising life cycle analysis for greenhouse gas emissions indicate that the built environment is responsible for at least 50 of a city s carbon footprint This need not be the case If urban buildings continue to be planned designed built and operated without a transformational change the energy consumption of buildings is forecast to triple by 2050 something our society is unlikely to be able to afford A series of radical and integrated initiatives are needed to curb the projected growth in consumption and reduce urban dependence on fossil fuels Many of choices made today are constraining the flexibility for our cities to adapt to the challenges before them impairing value for all the stakeholders Our approach unlocks this value providing better outcomes sooner Project Governance Governing a project is a balancing act In contrast to project management the tighter the procedural control is the weaker the governance Where project management is leading a dictatorship project governance is more akin to herding cats The difference is due to the nature of control governance is guiding the project targeting a strategy while taking into consideration and negotiating with all the stakeholders to which the project owner does not control The advent of the primacy of community consultation the shift to measurement against strategic goals and the emergence of social networking have shifted framework for development and at the same time enabled new approaches to achieving a profitable acceptable and even an engaging built environment Tipping Point adds the strategic context to a project to lower the risk and improve it commerciality Development Management The vision embedded in the decision to implement change in the built environment is realised through control of all the little things while not losing sight of the

    Original URL path: http://www.ttpi.org/builtenvironment.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Tipping Point — Government Procurement
    on both sides of the process Experienced in the procurement process and nuances of the different departments and sections of Government from the inside we have been successful in winning business for ourselves and private sector clients If you are considering responding to an Expression of Interest Request for Proposal or Request for Tender or wish to find out what business you could compete for our distinctive approach and knowledge of industry will make a difference the difference between winning and losing The goal of a response to a tender procurement process should not be the proposed services or supply Rather it should be the next stage of procurement or the short list for negotiation This focus on the process guides a very different strategy than that based mainly on the business development goals This approach targets maximising the proposal in the evaluation process but this is often challenging to do from within the organisation If the potential business is worth the investment of developing a bid then it should be worth the guidance of ensuring the proposal is reviewed in the best light Unsolicited Proposals Tipping Point provisions the service of unsolicited proposals to Government regarding issues outside of immediate policy focus where an outcome would be of great benefit In order to be considered proposals must be formatted in a particular manner and contain information relating to the opportunity costs and benefit impact and risk and the capacity of the proponent to deliver The compliance and conformance requirements of responses to government are non trivial and often complex yet this is only the first level of assessment in considering a proposal Understanding how a bid is going to be evaluated and the process to finalising negotiation makes the difference between Procurement Governance Understanding a problem may mean knowing

    Original URL path: http://www.ttpi.org/governmentprocurement.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Tipping Point — Public Sector Strategy
    each with different auxiliary outcomes Too often these outcomes include collateral damage with politically relevant effects and too often the analysis of the policy ignores these side effects until it is too late Tipping Point employs a series of methodologies such as Edward De Bono s Six Thinking Hats Monte Carlo Reverse Agile and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis to clarify the effects of government initiatives This process engages with the complexity of the outcomes while providing clear results that can inform policy makers and stakeholders Strategic Advisory Services Tipping Point has provided advisory services since its inception having managed led and provided professional services on infrastructure projects in roads rail airports telecommunications water and most recently cloud computing These services have been utilised by public and private sector organisations in the Americas Europe Southeast Asia Japan and Australasia Private Sector Engagement Once policy has been distilled into a set of targets there is typically a need to understand what role the private sector can have in assisting government to meet them It could be expected that simply offering a contract to market would illicit supply yet in reality how this is done can have a significant bearing on whether

    Original URL path: http://www.ttpi.org/publicsectorstrategy.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Tipping Point — Privacy Policy
    not subject to Tipping Point s Privacy Policy You should review the privacy policy of each individual website you access via hyperlinks from this website and assess whether the policy of each website is satisfactory to you before you use the other websites What Information Do We Collect and How Is It Used Tipping Point collects the following information regarding visitors to our website the pages that you view the links you click and other actions taken in the website We also collect certain standard information that your browser sends to every website you visit such as your IP address browser type language access times and referring website addresses Tipping Point collects and logs this information for statistical purposes At times we ask you to voluntarily supply personal information such as your name email address website registrations preferred means of communication and survey information for purposes such as accessing our online webcasts or participating in an online survey Other than as stated above no attempt is made to identify users or their browsing activities except in the event of an investigation where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect logs or where Tipping Point believes it is required to collect and produce relevant electronic documentation to fulfil its obligations to third parties including statutory organisations under local law Tipping Point endeavours to use and disclose your personal information only in limited circumstances Tipping Point will do so if it is necessary to protect any copyright or intellectual property in the material in the website or if it is necessary to enforce the Tipping Point website Terms and Conditions of Use We may use third party advertisers to deliver ads to your web browser whilst you are viewing ttpi org These third parties may be supplied with or

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  • Tipping Point — Terms of Use
    excluded If any statute implies terms into this licence which cannot be lawfully excluded such terms will apply to this licence save that the liability of Tipping Point for breach of any such implied term will be limited at the option of Tipping Point to any one or more of the following The replacement of goods or services to which the breach relates or the supply of equivalent goods or services The repair of such goods or services The payment of the cost of replacing the goods or services or of acquiring equivalent goods or services The payment of the cost of having the goods repaired or the services performed again Tipping Point will not be liable for any indirect or consequential losses arising out of a breach of this licence or arising out of the supply of a defective program or incorrect materials When deciding to visit the website you acknowledge that you have exercised your independent judgment and have not relied on any representation made by Tipping Point which has not been stated expressly in this licence or upon any descriptions or illustrations or specifications contained in any document including catalogues or publicity material produced by Tipping Point which material may be out of date or superceded Intellectual Property Rights You acknowledge that the material in the website is the subject of copyright and that it is the subject of other intellectual property and legal rights including third party rights You must not during or at any time after the expiry or termination of this licence permit any act which infringes any of those rights and without limiting the generality of the foregoing you specifically acknowledge that you may not copy the material in the website except as otherwise expressly authorised by this licence Indemnity You must indemnify and keep Tipping Point indemnified fully against all liabilities damages claims losses costs and expenses which Tipping Point may incur to a third party or you as a result of your breach of the provisions of this licence This website may contain hyperlinks to other websites operated by third parties You accept that Tipping Point has no control over and is not responsible for any material contained on any third party websites You may be required to comply with all requirements of any third party over the conditions of use of that third party s website Users are prohibited from placing a link to the website without the prior written consent of Tipping Point and on terms satisfactory to Tipping Point Disclaimer You accept that Tipping Point takes no responsibility for any error or omission relating to the material contained in the website You accept that Tipping Point makes no undertakings to provide access to the website at any particular time or for any particular length of time You agree that Tipping Point will not be held liable for any lapse in the website s accessibility or any consequences whatsoever that flow from the unavailability of the website Terms of

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