We like to think of ourselves as social justice organisations and whilst it clearly applies to our clients, does it always apply to our staff? Research shows that It matters more than you might think.
“Just sticking to formal annual performance management processes isn’t particularly useful — not to mention that almost no-one enjoys it.” The Department of Communications and the Arts has introduced a process where Employee trust and performance improved with regular chats, not ratings. They enco
Sharing information on cyber threats is recognised as an efficient way to reduce the effectiveness of cyber threats but establishing information sharing networks isn’t simple and is easily undermined. Cyber information sharing: achieving the Holy Grail of cooperation looks at the factors that are needed...
What is it that people are looking for in their working life so they give their best? What are they looking for?
Article in The Conversation, Explainer: the rise of social impact investing looks at how it is being used in Australia but also considers, based on overseas experience, what market and legal infrastructure will be needed to support it into the future.
The Social Innovation Council is asking NSW community services about their data and digital capabilities, needs, and aspirations. The NSW NGO data and digital needs survey will take about 5 minutes to complete but gives you the opportunity to say how the NSW Government can help you get the most out of emerging digital and data opportunities...
Is your NFP doing enough to protect whistleblowers? The data suggests the answer may well be not enough. The...
The National Australia Bank in Impact investing: mixing profits with purpose defines impact investing as “an investment strategy where an investor proactively makes investments that can generate both financial returns, as well as intentional social or environmental returns for the communi
"A lot of our problem [with disruption] is that what we face is a paradox... How do we do something new while doing something we've always done?