The Not-for-Profit Technology & Innovation conference will pass on practical information to help NFPs identify cost effective technology that is best suited to their needs and practical implementation strategies to drive them to success.
Enhance your conference experience with:
- Over 14 fantastic thought provoking speakers
- Four Signpost Sessions: How to kickstart your tech transformation
- Three award winning case studies
- A highly interactive agenda: Featuring speed networking, roundtable and panel discussion
- Industry solution providers: Meet our industry experts to help transform your digital start approach
Senior figures from Not-For-Profits from across Australia, with responsibilities and roles of:
- Chief Executive Officers
- Chief Operating Officers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Information Officer
- Strategy Directors
- Marketing & Digital Directors
- Directors of Technology & Innovation
- Corporate Services Directors
Attend to learn:
- Develop your digital strategy
- Map technology investment priorities
- Transform client experience through digital platforms
- Strategies to drive change & gain buy-in
Pam Rebecca is currently Chief, Digital & Retail for World Vision Australia with responsibility for leading the digital agenda and mass market channels. Prior to joining World Vision Pam was GM Digital ANZ leading digital strategy, all channels and the Digital Transformation Program.
Pam has a proven track record in consistently building and leading high performing teams to transform businesses across multiple disciplines. She is experienced in all aspects of digital transformation including strategy, eCommerce, commercialisation, large complex program delivery through to agile, iterative delivery and everything in between.
Robyn Hunter is CEO of MS, which has over 60 years insights in supporting and helping people with multiple sclerosis on how to best achieve their health and life outcomes.
For MS raising funds for the provision of core mission services remains even more important than ever. 70% of people affected by MS will not receive funded support under the NDIS, our core services will not be funded by government.
Fundraising is essential to fund advocacy and research and the ongoing delivery of specialist services that help to manage the symptoms and disabling impacts of the disease.
Robyn has extensive experience in the health and now the NFP disability sector. Starting her career as a clinical physiotherapist in rehabilitation, Robyn understands the challenges faced by people living with multiple sclerosis. These are not abstract issues for Robyn as her mother, Elsa, was diagnosed with Primary Progressive MS when Robyn was a child.
Robyn’s career includes senior roles in private sector health and private health insurance. Her professional strengths include operational management, strategic planning and health services strategy and purchasing and she has a strong track record in leadership of strategic planning processes to facilitate strategic change.
With more than 20 years of management experience, Robyn holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
The Fred Hollows Foundation
Daryn Deiley an experienced executive and company director, with an impressive 30 year track record of successful delivery across various industries in Australia, New Zealand, Africa, South East Asia and Japan.
In late 2015, Daryn was asked to bring his commercial acumen to a rapidly growing Australian charity, as Chief Operating Officer of The Fred Hollows Foundation. The Foundation is a highly regarded international development organisation which works to eliminate avoidable blindness in 28 developing countries around the world. Daryn’s previous leadership experience in collaborative problem solving, change acceleration, financial improvement and innovative information technology project management equipped him well for the challenge.
Daryn is charged with the responsibility of translating ambitious strategic goals into reality through his leadership of finance, human resources, legal, risk, compliance, corporate services, IT teams and company secretarial responsibilities. Daryn collaborates closely with teams in the field to drive execution that influences sustainable eye health improvement and health system strengthening globally.
CommunityCRM works with organisations solely in the not-for-profit sector to ensure that they can operate to their full potential.
We provide the tools, expertise and technical knowledge to enable our clients to deliver their invaluable services to the community. We help them to improve productivity and make informed decisions through better reporting and centralised information management.
Our systems are created using open source software, which is publicly available at no cost with no ongoing licence fees. We build websites in Drupal and WordPress content management systems (CMS), both of which are powerful, user-friendly and strongly supported via their respective communities.
A constituent relationship management (CRM) system not only allows an organisation to manage their clients, volunteers, members, etc. via various functionality but also enables them to track their client interactions. Our CRMs are built in CiviCRM, a very powerful, highly configurable, widely-used CRM built specifically for use in the not-for-profit sector. CiviCRM excels at the management of contacts, cases, membership, events, surveys,
campaigns, bulk emailing and donations.
We can configure CiviCRM with a Drupal or WordPress site to allow end-users to register for events, sign up/renew memberships, make a donation, etc. from the front-end of a website, with the complete payment process being handled automatically.
Date: 13 Sep 2016 By: Criterion Content Team
Steve Towers, the founder and CEO of the BP Group, a not-for-profit business club established in 1992 and the author of the book Outside-In, is a world-renowned thought-leader who has helped hundreds of companies revitalise their management approaches. He makes Customer Experience Management & Business Transformation work by providing organisations with ‘insider’ approaches to innovating … Continue reading Mission: to revolutionise not-for-profit organisations
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Date: 21 Aug 2016 By: Neil Sharwood
At the Australian 3D Manufacturing Association (A3DMA), we spend a lot of time looking at developments and considering the future. Many of the trends we see will affect the not-for-profit sector and provide opportunity for organisations. One of the trends expected to grow is the participation of the not-for-profit (NFP) sector in developing public policy … Continue reading How to solve the problems your NFP actually has
Date: 8 Aug 2016 By: David Knowles
In my Koda white paper, Preparing for the Future – Do or Die for Non-Profit Boards, I am predicting many charities risk extinction if they fail to compete with new challengers and rising performance expectations. Life for non-profits is changing rapidly, and in many ways dramatically. Non-profit boards face a future that looks nothing like … Continue reading Preparing for the future – do or die for nonprofit boards
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Date: 28 Jul 2016 By: Tam Johnston
I think we all have a bad strategic planning story to tell. The time it went on for months but never came to a clear resolution. The time that left us feeling like we had been sucked in to the vortex of corporate double-speak. The time that made you, as a leader in your organisation … Continue reading Simple and smart – strategic planning that won’t bring you down
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Endorsers & Media Partners
Pro Bono Australia is one of Australia’s first social businesses. Since 2000 we have provided, media, jobs, education, skilled volunteering and other resources for the common good to over one million people nationally in 2015. Certified in 2013 as a B Corp organisation, today we act as the central online hub for the Not for Profit sector, the broader social economy and those wanting to engage with it.
The name Pro Bono comes from the Latin term Pro Bono Publico – meaning ‘for the public, or common good’. The term has been used for many years by the legal and accounting professions to mean “for free” but strictly speaking pro bono actually means for good.
The Analysis & Policy Observatory is an award-winning research collection and information service curating key resources to support evidence-informed policy and practice. APO hosts and provides free access to a wide range of grey literature, data, journal articles and books, audio and video and online resources and the tools to publish, search, manage and track content, people and organisations.