In December 2015, the QRU Board adopted the QRU’s next five-year strategic plan, which will take the organisation through to 2020.
Nationally, the industry has now also ratified and adopted the Australian Rugby Strategic Plan, which the QRU has been closely involved in with the ARU for a number of years.
Although in sport, the work is never completed, the QRU has delivered transformation and reform since 2009 not only for Rugby in Queensland but has also influenced the national and international strategy for the code.
Now is an important time for the QRU to take stock and reflect that after seven years of reform and significant financial investment into our industry, we now need to turn our focus to consolidating our work.
Between 2009 – 2015, the QRU’s Future Generation Strategy has reformed and expanded the industry through:
2010 – 2013:
Top 6 Performers, 1 Super Rugby Championship
2014 & 2015:
In turn, we also must continue to assist our sub-unions and clubs to take advantage of the volume Rugby in Queensland has created, for their own future prosperity.
To that end, the QRU’s 2016-2020 strategy turns our attention to four major pillars:
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