Strategy

Produced from NDS’s fourth wave of the national business confidence survey of the disability sector the State of the Disability Sector is a realistic snapshot and cross-section of the disability sector with 549 disability service providers contributing.

More than half of respondents (53%) had income of less than $3M in 2015-16 and employed fewer than 50 staff. 80% of respondents were not-for-profit.

A case study focused on working together with Indigenous people and communities from a support provider operating in several jurisdictions, primarily in regional and rural locations. The report draws on service-user insights, the views of Indigenous workers and the outcomes of cultural awareness training activities.

Web based information about the ACNC 5 governance standards for Charities and Not-for-profits. Boards and Executive level staff members have a duty to know this stuff.

An hour long video and companion-resource to Not-for-profit Law's useful guide for any organisation considering establishing a social enterprise.  Based on NSW and Victoria conditions.

A simple, straightforward checklist for people involved in setting up a non-government organisation from scratch.

Highly-watchable, three and a half minute video introducing all the basic questions and considerations behind establishing a new organisation from scratch. Part of a much more comprehensive integrated resource by Not-for-profit Law.

This paper reports on the issues and proposed solutions to allied health workforce shortages in the ACT that were discussed at a forum held on 7 April 2016

The most recent of a number of Michael Goldsworthy slide sets, this presentation prepared for a workshop in the ACT in May 2016 presents a compelling set of statistics and analysis why organisations must 'adapt or die' in the changing world of human services provision.

This is a report by the organiser of a co-design workshop (Huddle) on the effect and outcome of the workshop and their observations about the perceptions of those attending.  The report is pretty and, as a source of information about co-design in the disability sector, pretty useless.  However, there is something to learn - both as to further resources on co-design (p.30) , including 5 simple tools (at the end) , and on understanding different types of listening (see p.39)

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