For the first time since 1985, the City of Launceston council is set for a full transformation.
Individual departments have been restructured over the years, but under general manager Michael Stretton's new plan the council would be fully examined and overhauled.
In a document obtained by The Examiner, Mr Stretton outlines a proposal for the organisation's future.
The Organisational Alignment ProjectSeriously Entertained Change Discussion Paper says the council will consider the future of its major assets: UTAS Stadium and Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.
The OAP highlighted the need to examine the future of the two assets, saying both the "important institutions" may require new arrangements that cannot necessarily be provided to the institutions if it remained part of a local government organisation in the longer term.
A review will be carried out to determine if it is more appropriate for the council to transition away from the current operational model to a "more contemporary" one.
It will also look at making several roles redundant. However, as a result this will allow the council to create numerous roles required for the council's future success.
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Mr Stretton said that's what the whole overview was about.
"The Organisational Alignment Project ... has been developed to enable our organisation to transition to its preferred and desired culture over the next few years," the document said.
"The OAP is not a 'silver bullet' which will instantly propel our organisation to delivering on this vision and purpose and the constructive culture we all desire."
The plan is expected to take about four years to roll out.
Mr Stretton said he had been working on a project like this "his whole career".
"We have to look at new and better ways," he said.
Conversations have been ongoing with staff since last week.
The council is now undertaking a month-long feedback plan, saying it has been more transparent than ever before.
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