As the aged care sector faces increased scrutiny and a royal commission, the Australian Institute of Company Directors has released new governance guidelines for not-for-profit organisations.
Not-for-profit company directors are failing to engage with cybersecurity at their own peril, a report warns.
Models like Better Caring are simply responding to the shift in seniors’ expectations, and are the result of disruption in the aged care sector, not the cause of it, writes Peter Scutt.
The Benevolent Society will “aggressively pursue acquisition opportunities” in the aged care sector, enter into joint ventures, and create new fee-for-service offerings in home care.
Two major independent not-for-profit aged care providers have this morning announced plans to merge into what will become one of the largest aged care not-for-profits in Australia, with an asset base of $1 billion.
This not-for-profit aged care provider found that an overhaul of its procurement processes delivered the efficiencies that will help it meet its mission.
A whopping 40 per cent of boards of not-for-profit aged care organisations have discussed a merger with another organisation in the past 12 months, and half of them believe it will happen, a new survey of company directors has found.
The CEOs of non-profit organisations got some sage advice about leadership and teamwork in challenging times from an Australian captain of industry at this year’s Better Boards Conference.
As traditional fund sourcing models change, not-for-profit organisations may look at changing legal structures to raise income and capital needed to survive.
A delegation of Aged and Community Services Australia members will go to Parliament next Wednesday to present a petition with about 5000 signatures and lobby federal MPs to hear the industry’s concerns.
Not-for-profit leaders have only a little over a month left to apply for a new international scholarship worth $40 000.
Professor Yvonne Harrison will encourage the Better Boards conference to find the opportunities in the tough economic times brought about by the global financial crisis.
The debate about establishing a ‘single voice’ of not-for-profit and for-profit aged care organisations continues. GM of Kalyna Care, Mark Sheldon-Stemm, explains why there are few differences between charitable and private providers.
A panel of four aged and community care experts have discussed whether or not ‘not for-profit’ and ‘for-profit’ organisations, today, are really that different.