Queensland Touch Football, in partnership with the Queensland State Government and Mclaughlin Sports Consultancy has recently undertaken a Governance, Constitution and Operating Model Review to better understand where we can improve, both on and off the field.
It has been more than 12 years since we last reviewed our Constitution. Not only has technology evolved in this time but so has our game. Ben Mannion, QTF CEO explains why we need to stay ahead of the game and continue to improve how we operate as a sport in its entirety.
Over the coming weeks we’d like to share with you the review process, where we went, who we spoke with and provide you with key insights. Please watch this space – we’ll need your help along the way!
Trust – Transparency – Teamwork – Touch
Queensland Touch Football is proud to release the findings of the Governance, Constitution and Operating Model Review which was undertaken in partnership with the Queensland State Government (Department of Sport and Recreation) and Mclaughlin Sports Consultancy to review the way we do things, both on and off the field.
Michael McLaughlin from Mclaughlin Sports Consultancy (MSC) led the review and provided a thorough set of documentation to help us better understand the key findings and recommendations.
All three documents have been approved in principle by the Project Reference Group who has provided additional feedback to the QTF Board of Directors on each of the individual recommendations. The QTF Board of Directors have endorsed these changes and approved the recommendations.
Read more here – “QTF Governance, Constitution and Operating Model Overview 2019”.
We thank you for your participation and support throughout this entire process and we look forward to what lies ahead.
The following three (3) documents were prepared by MSC outlining the key findings and recommendations.
Please note that some comments have been redacted (blacked out) to protect the identity of some individuals.