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The Capacity, Capability and Competency Strategy


  • Timms, Janice
  • Clark, Richard A.


In the beef industry, as in many agricultural industries in Australia, there is a wealth of high quality capacity building available in topics such as animal breeding, nutrition, grazing land management, record keeping, property planning etc. However there are very few capacity building opportunities targeting (1) the higher level knowledge and skills needed to achieve both rapid and sustainable improvement and innovation, and (2) the knowledge and skills needed to lead and manage sustainable industry improvement and innovation. The BPP Capacity, Capability and Competency Strategy is designed to equip all BPP partners, teams and networkers with the knowledge, skills, resources and support to achieve and sustain beef business and industry improvement and innovation, and to fulfil their functions and roles in the BPP project. A secondary focus targets other beef industry participants i.e. those not directly involved in the BPP project.

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  • Timms, Janice & Clark, Richard A., 2008. "The Capacity, Capability and Competency Strategy," AFBM Journal, Australasian Farm Business Management Network, vol. 5(1/2).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:afbmau:121992

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