The legendary driza-bone is a long layered waterproof coat used by Australian stockmen for over a hundred years. Originally developed for sailors it was developed over time to meet land conditions, providing a safety shield against the elements. The coat was lengthened for horse riding, given a fantail to cover the saddle and it’s waterproof coating improved to handle the harshness of local weather conditions. Does your organisation recognise that protection only really works well when you take the time to know your landscape?
…. A university acquired a new research group from another university including people, grants, contracts and technology with no proper definition of ownership or status. They approached us to sort out the mess. Watermark helped the university understand what it owned, what its new obligations were and, importantly, ensured that they were safely able to use their new assets.