Change management is a critical issue for services providers. Combating the feelings of fear and confusion amongst staff is vital for ensuring service delivery standards remain high. That takes careful and constant communication. Meanwhile, leading your clients effectively through changes give you an opportunity build trust and demonstrate your ongoing commitment to seeing them reach the best possible outcomes.
One of the tools in the QLD Government’s recently created NDIS toolkit focuses on readying clients for change. See 6a, b & c Guide, Templates and Presentation to support leading clients through service change in the NDIS.
Driven by lived experience of disability and mental illness, Jenna has spent the last 6 years developing and operationalising social enterprises in the disability and mental health sectors. A graduate of QUT business school and a number of Australia’s top social enterprise accelerators, Jenna was the winner of the 2015 Brisbane City Council Budding Entrepreneur award, and now offers her expertise to DSC clients to assist with lean and innovative service development. Jenna is an exceptional presenter, writer and facilitator and offers unique insight into the commercial and cultural challenges faced by disability service providers transitioning to the NDIS.
Vanessa and Roland take stock of where we are at with the NDIS and offer some inspiration for planning your organisation's journey...
2 years after his viral article A Rabbit in the NDIS Headlights, Roland explores what we are still seeing go wrong in the sector and what can be done.
Strong pre-planning is essential for getting the best possible outcomes from the NDIS. Faye Lawrence explores how offering pre-planning services can benefit both you and your customers.
After 3.5 years of NDIS transition, Rob Woolley looks back on what he would have done differently if he had his time again.
What is the right culture for the NDIS, a quasi-marketplace with disruptive service models and ad hoc decision making? Roland and Vanessa outline the 6 crucial pieces of the puzzle.
Vanessa and Roland examine how to avoid going broke ‘NDIS style’ through a fundamental rethink of the way we do business.
The Victorian State Government has developed an interim practice advice to support Victorian Health and Aged Care services in preparedness for and throughout transition to the NDIS. This is a great resource for organisations and professionals in these spaces to understand the NDIS and its interface with Health & Aged Care.
Rob Woolley questions many organisations' approaches to service design, delivery and systems within the seismic change the NDIS will bring.
These resources provide an overview of the critical factors that should be influences business decisions for DSPs. For organisations seeking some solid guidance on commercialising services, this is a great place to start.
Change management is a critical issue for services providers. Combating the feelings of fear and confusion amongst staff is vital for ensuring service delivery standards remain high. One of the tools in the QLD Government’s recently created NDIS toolkit focuses on readying clients for change.