Roland's last article 'Rabbit in the NDIS Headlights' went viral with over 4,000 readers. In this follow up he reflects on the big lessons of the NDIS in 2015.
The lessons are part of the foundation of our forthcoming workshops and NDIS readiness audits: ‘8 Steps to NDIS Success’. Here is what we have learned.
This is the second of a three part series exploring the opportunities and teething issues emerging in the early stages of the NDIS rollout. In this part, Roland looks at trial site lessons in organisational operating issues and systems.
In this interview, we ask Rise CEO Justine Colyer to share some of Rise’s challenges in the WA NDIS trial sites and what they have done to overcome them. Truly great insights and some wonderful advice – thank you Justine!
Our NDIS Flying Start workshops are nearly over and the learnings shared from participants and presenters in the trial sites have been amongst the highlights of our work. This article is the first of a three part series exploring the opportunities and teething issues emerging in the early stages of the NDIS rollout.
Is it time to shut up shop because the competition is getting tough? We don't think so. We recently met a smart young Speech Pathologist looking to set up her own business in the NDIS. This is the advice we gave her, and we reckon it has merit for single operators and large organisations alike.
Analysing risks helps you to identify and manage potential problems and threats that may undermine projects. This guideline from the QLD Government runs through the basics of creating a risk analysis for your project or organisation
The NDIS presents massive organisational change challenges and the fundamental change required is one of behaviour. In this article, Vanessa gives some valuable tips for keeping staff engaged in the vision.
This self-assessment checklist has been developed by Dee O'Donnell from DSC and is based on eight governance principles. On completion of the checklist, you will have a set of principles and a prioritised action list that can then be implemented.
The experiences of other countries tell us three things. First, we can expect that the take up of full self-management to be low. Second, it's likely to be very uneven. Third, it's likely to be highly disruptive to models of service provision and employment
If you are wondering if the NDIS will really make a difference to people lives watch this wonderful EAC 3 minute video. A great resource for staff customer service training.
The 8 Steps detail the organisational capabilities required to operate effectively in the NDIS. Developed from trial site experience and extensive NDIS consulting practice, the toolkit supports strategic decision making and priority setting.