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Kevin Gaitskell General Manager ESP. The Perfect Storm. Focus. Who are we? In what context do we operate? What challenges do we face? What is our response? …..and therefore why are we in a perfect storm?. Who are we?. One of the worlds largest isolated power systems

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focus
Focus
  • Who are we?
  • In what context do we operate?
  • What challenges do we face?
  • What is our response?

…..and therefore why are we in a perfect storm?

who are we
Who are we?
  • One of the worlds largest isolated power systems
  • Australia’s largest combined Transmission and Distribution business
  • Government Trading Enterprise (GTE)
  • Operating in an immature regulated environment (2006)

…. operating from the worlds most isolated capital city

who are we1
Who are we?
  • Network
    • South West Interconnected System (SWIS)
    • 95,000km power lines
    • 787,000 power poles and towers
    • 224,000 street lights
    • 13,500 substations
    • 22,000 new connections
  • People
    • 3000 employees
    • 500 embedded contractors
    • 1000+ Fee for Service contractors

With challenges associated to an aging infrastructure.

in what context do we operate1

Total Expenditure

2,000

AA1

AA2

AA3

1,800

1,600

1,400

1,200

Aus$ millions (real 2011/2012)

1,000

800

600

400

200

0

forecast

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

actuals

Trend

forecast

In what context do we operate?
what challenges do we face
What challenges do we face?
  • Labour market
  • Organisation
  • Shareholder value
labour market 1
Labour market #1

We are running out of skilled workers

Chronic skills shortage hits workforce

WA Businesses hit hard by skills shortage

Real skills crisis is still to come

Employers warn that Australia is in the grip of skills crisis

labour market 2
Labour market #2

210,000

150,000

80,000

20,000

organisation 1
Organisation #1
  • An aging workforce:
    • 10% of line workers expected to retire in 2011/12
  • Current turn over 9.5%
  • 14.5% leave within 2yrs

…why are they leaving?

organisation 2
Organisation #2
  • Career development opportunities
  • Remuneration
  • Dissatisfaction with roles
  • Organisational culture
what is our response

Culture

Capability

Change

Program

Capacity

What is our response?
what is our response1
What is our response?

WP Current Operating Culture 2009

Industry (Gas/Electric)

OCI Actual

2010

WP Target OCI 2013

what is our response2
What is our response?
  • Our value proposition
  • Retention
  • Recruitment