CAMS on the back foot?
- 8th October 2007, 3:18pm
You don’t get the opportunity very often to comment on the operation of CAMS in a public forum, so when one comes up, you should make the effort to have your say on the sport’s controlling body.
CAMS have just announced that they are calling for submissions from individuals, groups of individuals, clubs and interested parties, on the subject of a CAMS Organisational Review which is being conducted by Ernst & Young. According to the CAMS’ release, the Board of Management have announced an organizational review to examine the existing governance, organizational structure and consultative processes of CAMS.
The review will involve extensive consultation with CAMS’ stakeholders (internal and external), and will recommend a structure, governance and consultative framework from which future strategies of CAMS can be optimized.
There are four suggested topics on which people can comment:
1. Do you think the current governance, organizational and consultative structure consisting of national body, state councils, national commissions/committees and advisory panels is effective in delivering and growing motorsport in Australia?
2. Do you think the existing board is effective in setting and driving strategy for CAMS?
3. Do you think the current management are effective in delivering strategy for CAMS?
4. Do you have any suggestions regarding a future governance structure and consultative model for CAMS?
This is your big chance to have your say on some very critical issues, and it’s an opportunity that you should grab with both hands. If you’re one of those people who complains abut CAMS and its structure, now is the time to say what you’ve been longing to say for some time.
But you’ll have to be quick – submissions close on Friday, October 19 with:
Ernst & Young,
Sports, Events and Venues Consulting,
8 Exhibition Street,
or you can email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
So go to it so we can all make a difference to the way in which motorsport is administered and run.
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