Social Innovation in the NDIS Marketplace
In this workshop you will develop your understanding and capability to engage in social innovation. Social innovation methodology is highly collaborative in nature and seeks to solve local problems by involving local people; connects partners from public, private and NFP sectors with different expertise; and can stimulate novel and innovative solutions to complex social problems. The workshop will explore how to develop futures-focussed, effective, efficient and sustainable business models to provide services and supports attractive to existing and new customers and able to support people to achieve their goals and aspirations.
This workshop will cover the following areas:
- Shared Value
- Partnering for Innovation
- Innovation for Competitive Advantage
- Social Enterprise
Who should attend this workshop?
CEOs, CFOs, other executives, or senior managers of disability and community organisations whose current services are transitioning or will be transitioned to the NDIS. Attendees will be encouraged to actively participate in discussions throughout this workshop
About the Presenter:
Andrew Hamilton is the Principal Consultant at Hamilton Consulting and Social Scaffolding. Andrew has supported organisations nationally to become NDIS ready, and worked with the NDS both here in Qld and nationally to support their members in their NDIS readiness journey. Andrew specialises in NFP and corporate partnerships, including developing and accessing new business models across for profit, social enterprise and profit for purpose opportunities.
Date: 21 November 2017
Location: Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre 22 Charles Street Pialba, QLD 4655