This was the third and final report of the evaluation of the impact of this initiative. It provided insight into the impact of the reforms and made recommendations for government and sector response.
This is the tenth year of the AICD NFP Governance and Performance Study. This is the world's largest longitudinal study of governance and has been undertaken by BaxterLawley for the last eight years.
We are working with lawyers, Thompson Geer to provide support for organisations involved in the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability. This is an important and far reaching review that has the potential to achieve long overdue support for vulnerable people living with disability. We will be providing regular updates and briefings for Boards, CEOs and Senior Executives.
This report was co-authored by Scott Bywaters. The NDIS will have a workforce impact associated with the expansion of demand as more people living with disabilities enter the system. Efficiency in this is critical to allow organisations to grow and it is an important element in overcoming an expected shortfall in workforce capacity due to increasing demand. This guide concentrates on the organisation’s perspective and specifically on the mechanics of workforce utilisation – the factors affecting the availability and use of workers. By describing, from a utilisation and management perspective, the different elements that comprise working time, this guide is…
This is the second report of the Market Design and Evolution for Better Outcomes Research Program (also known as the Disability Services National Benchmarking Project). It provides a snapshot of the changes in the financial performance of a Panel of 154 disability service providers (providers) between 2014/15 and 2015/16 as they transition into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
The CEO and board of this human services organisation needed a new KPI and performance monitoring framework. We worked in collaboration with staff to build the system bottom-up, ensuring full staff engagement and motivation to achieve the new targets. This project resulted in over $500,000 in savings within 6 months.
BaxterLawley undertook an evaluation of the current governance structures and processes for this $50m aged care provider, identified key risks and provided clear recommendations for improvement. All recommendations were subsequently implemented by the board.
This is a report co-authored by Kylie Coulson and published by the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre titled the Impact of Airbnb on WA’s Tourism Industry.
This innovative e-learning resource was developed by BaxterLawley for NDS on the topic of COLLABORATIONS AND STRATEGIC RESTRUCTURING FOR NOT-FOR-PROFITS (course videos available here). The course provides a step-by-step framework for determining whether organisations should be collaborating or undertaking a major restructure, such as a merger with another organisation, and how that might best be undertaken. Presented by Penny Knight, David Gilchrist and Scott Bywaters of Baxter Lawley, the series combines the best of existing knowledge and theory on collaborations and strategic restructuring, presenting the material in a succinct format that is quick and easy to understand. It also provides a body…