Client Profiles

Enetech Pty. Ltd.(Engineering/Construction subsidiary of Texas Utilities)

Enetech is a major provider of services to government and private utilities companies. During the time Organisation Technology consulted Enetech (about two years), employee numbers grew from 400 to 1400 and revenues increased from $35 million to $250 million. Enetech has won many major utilities related contracts throughout Australia.


Mr Bernie Cooper, CEO Enetech (right), with Mr Peter Simpson, MD Organisation Technology. The picture was taken at the Rowville Power sub-station project. It shows the organising chart developed by Organisation Technology for the project.


Bechtel Pacific – project management of a construction project of $1billion aluminium smelting expansion project at Gladstone, Queensland, Australia for Boyne Smelters Limited, the project client.

Boyne Island Smelters is a joint venture of several equity partners: Comalco Limited,

Kobe Aluminium (Australia) Pty Ltd, SLM Australia Pty Ltd, Sumitomo Chemical Co Limited, YKK Aluminium (Australia) Pty Ltd, and Ryowa Development Pty Ltd

Organisation Technology assisted in the development of an organisation structure, a performance based reward system and clarified senior management roles and responsibilities. The resulting improved efficiencies contributed to savings of $100 million dollars and achieved project completion six months inside the contracted target date.

The smelter began operation in 1982. Following the commissioning of the $1 billion expansion , the smelter now has a production capacity of 490,000 tonnes of aluminium annually. It is the largest smelter in Australia and one of the largest in the western world. Each of the buildings in the image of the smelter below are one kilometre long.



Oyaizu Tea Company – (Tea manufacture and distribution, Shizuoka, Japan)

Since adopting Hubbard Management Technology, Oyaizu Tea has achieved its highest ever sales and net profit (percent) after nearly 50 years in business. Prior to this, sales had been declining for several years. This result was achieved despite a declining Japanese economy.


One of Oyaizu Tea Company’s factory complexes in Shizuoka, Japan. The factory is beside the Abe river with Mt Fuji in the background.