Written from personal experience, this Governance Matters blog explores the idea that Ambiguity (is) the culprit when things go awry. Their experience tells them that “the vast majority of board members are dedicated and committed people, desperate to do the best possible
Five ways to tell if you’re REALLY doing strategy is the second in a series of articles by Nicholas Gruen on strategy. It explores the preconditions of good strategic thinking for organisations as well as the relationship between goal setting and strategic thinking.
The article from Clayton Utz is written for the corporate sector however it is equally relevant to the NFP sector.
In the light of Susan Pascoe’s departure and the possibility that the ACNC’s future is once again under threat, The Long Road to Charity Reform may be even longer than Robert Fitzgerald suggested in his interview for Pro Bono News.
Karen Mahlab writes of the departure of Susan Pascoe from the ACNC with deep concern. In Transparency + Trust = ACNC she points out the achievements of the ACNC and questions why a very new conservative minister, Assistant Minister Michael Sukkar...
There have been Calls to Support Charity Regulator as ACNC Commissioner Steps Aside.
“The not-for-profit sector performs a vital role delivering services that meet important social needs.It provides a voice for some of our most disadvantaged groups and individuals.” The Case For Mandating Governance Training For NFP Boards
Salvation Army’s national Economic Social Impact Survey 2017 has been released exploring “the challenges, barriers, and levels of disadvantage experienced by people accessing our Emergency Relief services.” Its key finding relate to cost of living, housing and home