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SROI revolution or evolution?

Over the last 10 years, Social Return on Investment (SROI) has evolved putting it at the forefront for how society can better account for what really matters. +Podcast

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How to measure outcomes

Part two of the step-by-step guide to set up an outcomes management approach, covers how you measure outcomes. +Podcast

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How to go about a non-profit merger

A how-to guide for non-profit organisations seeking to explore whether a merger is right for them and, if so, how to go about it, with insights from a recent large-scale merger. +Podcast

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How to adopt an outcomes-focused approach

Part one of a step-by-step guide for setting up an outcomes management approach for your organisation, which covers defining how you create the change. +Podcast

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Funding their vision: social purpose organisations share their stories

Four social purpose organisations describe how social impact investing has provided a flexible, mission-aligned and supportive approach to funding their vision. +Podcast

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Cross-sector partnerships: will corporate Australia step up?

What will motivate corporate Australia to step up to systems change in its cross-sector partnerships? Five questions provide a road map.

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Strategy and stakeholder engagement

Executive Director’s note from Issue 2, November 2012.

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The first 100 days of a CEO’s tenure

Have you ever wondered about the best way to navigate those initial critical days in the top job? Six non-profit CEOs talk about how to make the best impact and impression.

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If focus is so good for non-profits, why do so few do it

Is your organisation focused? And if not, what’s getting in the way? Discover the three common obstacles to focus – and how to overcome them.

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Avoiding strategy ping pong: The board’s role in strategy development

Avoid strategy development feeling like a game of table tennis between board and management by getting clear on roles upfront and know when and how they might need to change.

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Seeing eye to eye with stakeholders

Find out how CERA involved key partners and stakeholders in developing its strategy resulting in stronger relationships, clarity on roles and a better plan.

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Shared planning: Letting staff determine your direction

Having no fixed idea on the future direction of Alzheimer’s Australia NSW, The Hon. John Watkins engaged stakeholders to develop a strategy that reflected their combined views.

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To consult or to insult?

Are you consulting with staff for the right reasons and in the best way? This article explains why, and at which stages, it is important to consult as you develop your strategic plan.

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