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SVA Quarterly podcasts share insights across the sector to prompt learning and discussion about effective practice in the social sector in Australia. Social Ventures Australia (SVA) is a not-for-profit organisation that works with partners to alleviate disadvantage so that all people and communities in Australia can thrive. socialventures.com.au
 
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SVA CEO, Suzie Riddell talks to Rob McLean, Director Emeritus of McKinsey and Company, about problem solving, what makes it hard for not-for-profits and how the seven step process described in his recently co-authored book can be applied to complex social issues.For more on the seven steps, read the article: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-qu…
 
SVA's Jonathan Finighan explores how the right of Indigenous peoples to self-determination has significant implications for evaluating policies and programs that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and experts are showing the way.Read the article here: https://www.socialv…
 
SVA's Impact Investing Director, Rebecca Thomas on how improvements to the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) landscape can be made to deliver high quality housing options for people with disability?For the article: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/where-to-next-for-specialist-housing-accommodation-sda/…
 
Part 2 of Elyse Sainty's letter from the frontline of Australia's foray into social impact bonds in which she outlines her ‘thoughts and prayers’ for their future.Find the full article here: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/social-impact-bonds-a-letter-from-the-frontline-part-2/By Social Ventures Australia
 
After seven years ‘in the trenches’ as part of Australia’s foray into social impact bonds, Elyse Sainty shares her insights around social impact bond myths and legends.Find the article here: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/social-impact-bonds-a-letter-from-the-frontline-part1/By Social Ventures Australia
 
Increasing numbers of Australians experience severe financial vulnerability and stress. SVA consultant, Louise Campbell describes some emerging trends with the potential to 'move the dial' on financial wellbeing.Read the article here: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/shifting-battlegrounds-for-financial-wellbeing/…
 
Robert Fitzgerald AM, from the Productivity Commission talks with Stuart Lloyd-Hurwitz, SVA Consulting’s Executive Director about competition and contestability in the social sector and how it’s all about providing more consumer choice.Read the article: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/competition-its-all-about-the-consumer/…
 
Robert Fitzgerald AM from the Productivity Commission talks to SVA's Stuart Lloyd-Hurwitz about how not-for-profit boards need to put clients ahead of their own organisation’s ambitions, whether that’s in the context of mergers, acquisitions and partnerships or other organisational priorities.For more: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterl…
 
What is customer-centricity and why is it so important in the disability sector? Author Diana Ferner explains citing examples and explains how the SVA Quarterly article will help disability service providers become customer-centric. For the article, see: https://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/how-disability-service-providers-can-become-mor…
 
Social purpose leaders describe how social impact investing has provided a flexible, mission-aligned and supportive approach to fund their organisation's vision.Rebecca Thomas talks to Lucy O'Flaherty from Glenview Community Services and Jeremy McLeod from Nightingale Housing.Read the full article: http://www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/fun…
 
If the Australian workforce is to be prepared for the future, science technology engineering and mathematics practices must be embedded across the entire curriculum. SVA's Susannah Schoeffel explains why.For the full report, go to: www.socialventures.com.au/sva-quarterly/why-stem-practices-should-be-taught-across-the-entire-curriculum/…
 
Since transforming from service delivery organisation to catalytic funder, ten20 Foundation has been on a steep learning curve. The SVA Quarterly talks to ten20’s Managing Director, Seri Renkin and Executive Director, Caroline Chernov about ten20’s journey, and what they've learnt about funding collective impact initiatives to bring about systems c…
 
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