Implementation plan and monitoring strategies

Implementation plan and monitoring strategies

Implementation plan and monitoring strategies


Maintaining the sustainability of any workplace is becoming the major need to gain significant popularity, more profit margins and better performance of the employees. Here in this assignment part, the environmental sustainability policies of the Sydney opera house are highlighted. With this, the major aim is to develop an implementation and monitoring plan for the house regarding the sustainability and make people and the staff aware of the policies that will be beneficial for all in the future. This part of the assignment is further divided into two sections, first shows the implementation and monitoring plans while the second is the presentation about the training session for the employees so that improvement in the efficiency of the resources can be attained.


Part A

Review of the Sydney opera house

This is a world heritage site and seen as the masterpiece made by the humans of Australia. It is the most popular destination in the country, it organizes around 2000 performances every year and serves around 8 million people in a year. By the Deloitte, it has been estimated that the value of the site is $4.6 billion.

  • Mission – this is divided into two fields; to inspire and strengthen the community and to make the house a treasure for future generations, artists and common audience.
  • Vision – to be bold and inspiring as the house itself.
  • Goles – the goals of the house is to make every task with the support of the stakeholders, renew the building and make it the best site in the world, promote the arts and capabilities of the people, enhance the visitor experiences and finally increase the business and its agility.
  • Policies – the house has many policies for the ethical working. Some of the policies are Access to Information, Artworks management, Asset management, Surveillance, Child Protection, Code of Conduct, Community Donations, Environment Sustainability 2017-19 etc.

The house is majorly focused now on effective management processes that can help in attaining the environmental sustainability.

Implementation Plan:










  • Employee development
  • Developing notion to save energy
  • Proper monitoring of the use

Reduce electricity use by 2% per annum

  • Time
  • Capital
  • Human resources

1 year

Board of Directors, Electric maintenance staff

  • Training of the staff
  • Promotion of environmental sustainability policy
  • Use of renewable energy

Reduce gas use by 4% per annum

  • Trainers
  • Communication technology
  • capital

6months – 1 year

Administration Staff

  • Use of renewable resources
  • Promote environmental sustainability

Reduce landfill waste and increase reuse and recycling

  • Capital
  • Environmental guidelines


6 months

Board of

  • Monitoring on the supply of the resources
  • Implement laws that restrict the use of toxic materials

Reduce the use of toxic or environmentally harmful products and materials


  • Logistics
  • Monitoring systems


6 months

Administration Staff

  • Recycle water
  • Employee training to reduce the wastage of water by people and also by the staff

Reduce water use by 2% per annum


  • Equipment
  • Trainers

Less than 6 months

Project team

  • High-level training for employees
  • Promotion and motivation of the employees
  • Employee development and better sustainability policies

Engage staff in supporting sustainability targets

  • Training guidelines
  • Capital
  • Time


3 to 6 months

Administration Staff

  • Enhancement of the education level
  • Daily communication in simple English

Present information and training to employees in plain English


  • Communication guidelines
  • System


1 year

Project Team

  • Campaigns
  • Effective policies
  • Direct communication with people and employees

Inspire audiences to consider sustainability in their everyday choices

  • Capital
  • Communication platforms


6 months

Board of Directors

  • Proper waste management
  • Monitoring by the top staff

Record resource use on a monthly basis

  • Human resources
  • Management guidelines

6 months

Project team

Monitoring strategy:







Reduce electricity

Electric department executives

Use of alternate energy sources; solar energy, LED’s etc.

FY 06/07

2% decrease

Unit reading

Reduce gas use

Maintenance executive, Food and Beverage personal

Use of alternate energy sources

FY 06/07

4% decrease

Unit reading

Reduce landfill waste and increase reuse and recycling

CSR executives



Government baseline

Reduction of waste

Government data

Reduce the use of toxic or environmentally harmful products and materials.

Fire and Safety Head

Use of eco-friendly materials

No baseline

Reduction of toxic material

Government data and health and safety increment

Reduce water use

Maintenance Head

Recycling and reusing

FY 06/07

5% decrease

Results of quality and quantity of water

Engage staff in supporting sustainability targets

HR Head

360-degree feedback and linking targets of the employees directly with the incentives

Results of previous years

Better results


Present information and training to employees in plain English

Training Head and HR Head

Enhancing communication skills and regular tests

Employee capabilities

Better results and English fluency

Fluency in English communication

Inspire audiences to consider sustainability

Marketing Head

Conducting motivational seminars

FY 06/07

Reaching more people

Promotion results

Record resource use

CSR Head

Records tables

FY 06/07



Database management


After completion of this section of the assignment, it can be said that the Sydney Opera House is a very famous destination of the country and the world. The motive to enhance the environmental sustainability inside the house and in the community also is very effective. In the implementation plan, the various factors and fields are covered that can help in sustainability. Moreover, monitoring strategies are described with the person who is responsible for the accountability.


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