The 189 actions listed across the 10 pillars are not just recommendations to government. We all play a part in implementing these actions, whether it be in a lead or supporting role. There is a lot to do but we do not have to do it all at once. We must choose which actions are most worthy of our time and resources and where to focus our effort.
We identified 28 of the 189 actions included in the Playbook as priority actions because of the impact they will have to achieve the vision and unlock the potential of Victoria. These actions were highlighted orange and flagged with an exclamation mark (!) in the Pillars section.
The priority list represents a mix of actions; some actions are considered well overdue, such as tax and regulatory reform, other actions focus on accelerating progress in areas such as commercialisation, sustainability and wellbeing, and several actions are new such as the youth guarantee to ensure all young people are set up for success.
These 28 actions cut across all 10 pillars and many are interrelated. For instance, increasing workforce participation has benefits across society and the economy but also goes hand in hand with skills development. Concerted, simultaneous action in these areas will have a strong, collective impact and help accelerate progress toward our shared vision.