at Lower Cost
"Cost comes before benefit"
- Old Dutch saying
DATE & TIME
9:30 - 4:00pm (Registrations open 9:00am)
Sydney: Thursday 23 March
Melbourne: Friday 31 March
Adelaide: Friday 7 April
Sydney: The Portside Centre
207 Kent St, Sydney 2000
Melbourne: Bayview On The Park
52 Queens Rd, Melbourne 3004
Adelaide: Hilton Adelaide
233 Victoria Square, Adelaide SA 5000
Traditional cost cutting can kill the heart and soul of an organisation. From choosing the right software to lean management and autonomous teams, our NDIS experts provide proven cost saving alternatives that build stronger organisational cultures while delivering better participant outcomes.
Welcome & Introductions
Benefits vs Costs
Limitations of traditional cost cutting an the NDIS world
Finding costs savings that fit your values
Why culture eats process for breakfast
Alternatives to Slash and Burn
Thinking outside the square: cutting costs, not staff
Savings through client self-management and partnerships
Maximising front line productivity
Building Autonomy into Teams
Lessons from the Australian self managing teams experience
Broader than Buurtzorg: learning from overseas models and other sectors
Key characteristics of high performance teams
Rethinking Infrastructure & Software
Identifying your software and infrastructure needs and solutions
Finding and better using underutilised infrastructure
Making smarter decisions about vehicles, offices and program facilities
Delivering Better Outcomes at Lower Cost
Bringing it all together
Sally has diverse commercial experience spanning over 20 years across financial services, human services, B2B, B2C, for profit and for purpose industries around the world. Sally is especially passionate about supporting businesses in developing and marketing products, services, spaces and experiences for people with a disability – commercially superior solutions that promote consumer empowerment for people with disability. Sally has a Bachelor of Business from UTS and an MBA completed at Harvard.
Sally is a member of the NSW Disability Council, Director of Endeavour Group Australia, Director of the Centre for Universal Design Australia, Director of the Hunter Business Chamber, Certified Practicing Marketer and lecturer in Marketing at the University of Newcastle.
Among Sally’s perspectives on disability is that of mother and carer to Nicky, one of her three young daughters. Nicky lives with quadriplegia as a result of an acquired brain injury and is an NDIS participant.
Evie Naufal holds both a Masters degree in Sustainability & Social Innovation from HEC Paris and a Media Communications degree from the University of Melbourne. Early in her career, she worked on cutting edge Human Centred Design service development strategies for Procter & Gamble in Kenya and Brazil. Since moving back to Australia two years ago, she has been eating NDIS detail, working with organisations around Australia and all stages of the NDIS journey. Evie has been the engine room of DSC’s content driven marketing success and is an outstanding writer, presenter and digital service developer.
FEEDBACK FOR DSC's NDIS forums
Don't just take our word for it. Over 1,500 people have now attended a DSC NDIS workshop. Here's what previous NDIS Housing participants had to say about our workshops:
In preparation for the July 2018 ILC funding rounds in NSW, ACT and SA, the NDIA is offering potential applicants the chance to test their ILC project ideas.
Sally Coddington explores what could the transfer of Support Coordination to LAC/ECEI partners mean for Participants and the Scheme.
For too long, the SDA has been a complicated enigma for the sector. Kylie Morgan unpacks the Summer Foundation and PricewaterhouseCoopers' new and critical report and shares her four key take home messages.
They say money makes the world go round, so who will finance the SDA? In this article, Luke Bo'sher looks into where $5 billion in investment is likely to come from.
With 28,000 NDIS participants expected to receive SDA funding, the demand for properties is set to skyrocket. Luke Bo'sher examines the bricks and mortar of what is being built and who it is for.
Evie explores the policy and practice behind two key Support Coordination challenges: its time-limited nature and the role of Local Area Coordinators.
Know that you should have read the NDIS Act but have not had the time? In this series, Sara Gingold explores the Sections that all providers need to know, starting with everybody's favourite - reasonable and necessary.
Once upon a time Australia built a disjointed, complex railway system that would haunt it for years to come. Today, Brent Woolgar writes, we are in danger of making the same mistake with SDA.
The NDIS and Education sectors meet at a complex and confusing intersection. Jessica Stubbins explores how the mainstream and disability services divide their responsibilities to students with disabilities.
As we transition to the NDIS, the future of state funding for disability advocacy is under threat. Sara Gingold explores how advocacy plays an important role in supporting people with disabilities through life's turbulent times.
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