Marlene Hargreaves MAICD
Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts, Occupational Health & Safety
Marlene is focussed on new product development, Environment & Sustainability and Occupational Health & Safety
David Forscutt MAICD
Qualifications in Human Resources and Occupational Health & Safety
David has over 30+ years experience in the Facility Services industry
Frank Harris OAM JP
Qualifications in a variety of Management and Engineering disciplines
Frank has 32+ years experience at executive level in Disability Service Organisations and is current Patron - Crisis Support Services. Frank is a recently retired Bail Justice (Dept Justice Appointment), an appointment he held for 18 years
Peter is a lecturer in tax at Curtin University’s Sydney campus and has more than 20 years as a tax professional. He has filled the role of senior tax trainer with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Webb Martin and Kaplan, and has been a member of TaxEd’s technical advisory panel for the past four years. Peter has worked as a senior tax writer for CCH Australia and is currently convenor of Taxpayers Australia’s Tax Discussion Group in Sydney.
Business Development/Retail Operations
John is one of Australia’s most experienced retail operations executives with thirty years of corporate involvement Australia wide. He has held General Management positions within Target Australia Pty. Ltd., Fosseys (Target Country) Pty. Ltd., Harris Scarfe Pty. Ltd., Retail Adventures Pty. Ltd. and Boise Australia. He believes that transformational leadership in combination with a commitment to innovation will be critical as organisations are required to be increasingly adaptive and to respond to the need to deliver efficiency in outcomes relative to cost associated with supply chain efficiency and labour.
His management approach reflects an “attack and “defence” mentality in delivering results to any organisation. In “attack” a business must look for volume enhancement and incremental sales whilst in “defence” that organisation will derive improved profitability through a focus on the critical path, cost management, shrinkage reduction and a genuine engagement with the most important of all resources being people. Successful organisations will demonstrate quality communication to all stakeholders and effectively engage those in the supply chain to the point where all involved have a sense of ownership over the success of the business.