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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Recognising the importance of enterprise management in improving grain grower incomes, the GRDC is continuing its series of farm business management forums at which growers and other grains industry professionals can access valuable information and resources to support them in their business decision-making... Dennis Hoiberg, Lessons Learnt Consulting 4.30pm Drinks compliments of 2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Advisers - Bendigo 7.. Seek out (rather than avoid) clientcontact experiences, and take personal risks with clients rather than avoid them...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Recognising the importance of enterprise management in improving grain grower incomes, the GRDC is continuing its series of farm business management forums at which growers and other grains industry professionals can access valuable information and resources to support them in their business decision-making... Dennis Hoiberg, Lessons Learnt Consulting 4.30pm Drinks compliments of 2013 GRDC Farm Business Update for Advisers - Bendigo 7.. Seek out (rather than avoid) clientcontact experiences, and take personal risks with clients rather than avoid them...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Jules Alvaro (image above) is a western regional panel member and writes that as today's generation of grain growers face a very different grain business to that of 20 years ago, it is imperative to up-skill those in, or coming into, the industry... Farm advisory boards could be an important tool in managing business risk, improving decision making on-farm and transferring the business between generations, according to research undertaken by the Geraldton port zone Regional Cropping Solutions Network (RCSN)... The 'big picture' direction benefit of using a board includes assisting growers to take regular time to talk about the strategic direction of their businesses, as well as giving growers the ability to separate out the strategic decision making from the everyday operational aspects of the farming business...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Jules Alvaro (image above) is a western regional panel member and writes that as today's generation of grain growers face a very different grain business to that of 20 years ago, it is imperative to up-skill those in, or coming into, the industry... Farm advisory boards could be an important tool in managing business risk, improving decision making on-farm and transferring the business between generations, according to research undertaken by the Geraldton port zone Regional Cropping Solutions Network (RCSN)... The 'big picture' direction benefit of using a board includes assisting growers to take regular time to talk about the strategic direction of their businesses, as well as giving growers the ability to separate out the strategic decision making from the everyday operational aspects of the farming business...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Caption: Macquarie Franklin consultant Basil Doonan told the GRDC Farm Business Updates that a 'systems' approach to the decision making process can help farmers achieve consistently high profitability... Mr Doonan told the recent Updates that farming systems would continue to evolve as growers capitalised on new technologies and techniques emerging from research... Mr Doonan said the environment that farm businesses operated in was dynamic, which meant that any decision needed to take into account how it would impact on the whole farming system...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
" Farm Business Management Updates in the Southern Region.. Farm decision-making has become increasingly complex as businesses strive to meet the challenges of managing production and financial risks in the face of ever-changing climatic, seasonal and marketing environments... The GRDC Farm Business Updates for Advisers and Growers provides a unique forum to learn from and network with leading growers and industry professionals...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Topical issues on Farm Business Updates agenda.. GRDC Farm Business Updates will be held at the Geraldton Universities Centre on March 23; the Merredin Regional & Community Leisure Centre on March 25; and the Katanning Leisure Centre on March 26... Caption: GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts says the WA GRDC Farm Business Updates will host leading professionals speaking on a broad range of practical topics...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Topical issues on Farm Business Updates agenda.. GRDC Farm Business Updates will be held at the Geraldton Universities Centre on March 23; the Merredin Regional & Community Leisure Centre on March 25; and the Katanning Leisure Centre on March 26... Caption: GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts says the WA GRDC Farm Business Updates will host leading professionals speaking on a broad range of practical topics...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Geelong-based farm consultant Cam Nicholson is heading to WA for the GRDC Farm Business Updates in February, where he will discuss the importance of 'extremes', rather than averages... Managing risk in a farm business should centre on the size and frequency of 'extremes', rather than averages, according to farm management consultant Cam Nicholson... A broad range of topics will be discussed at each event, including local and global economics with leading Australian economist Saul Eslake; a grower's perspective on managing risk with Bob Nixon, of Kalannie; recruiting the right people with Ley Webster, of 2Workin Oz; and using technology on-farm to improve business management with NSW Nuffield Scholar Ben Boughton...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Geelong-based farm consultant Cam Nicholson is heading to WA for the GRDC Farm Business Updates in February, where he will discuss the importance of 'extremes', rather than averages... Managing risk in a farm business should centre on the size and frequency of 'extremes', rather than averages, according to farm management consultant Cam Nicholson... A broad range of topics will be discussed at each event, including local and global economics with leading Australian economist Saul Eslake; a grower's perspective on managing risk with Bob Nixon, of Kalannie; recruiting the right people with Ley Webster, of 2Workin Oz; and using technology on-farm to improve business management with NSW Nuffield Scholar Ben Boughton...
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