Change, alteration, revolution, upheaval, transformation, metamorphosis, reorganisation, restructuring, rearrangement, recasting, remodelling, renovation, restyling, and variation. All synonyms for Innovation, which is far more than just a buzz word itself. Innovation is a way of life and part of the culture of some Australian non-profit organisations and it is certainly part of the genetics of organisations these presenters have touched.
Innovation trends and forces shaping the social purpose sector – Julia Keady, Founder/CEO The Xfactor Collective. The Xfactor Collective is the first social impact collective, growing to 100 independent consultants and coaches across 300+ areas of specialisation. Julia has developed the collective based on the many market forces sweeping through our sector, having personally worked with hundreds of social change-makers over the past 10 years. She will offer first-hand insights into these forces, and how you can envelope them into your thinking.
Creating an innovative non-profit organisation – Kate Fazio, Head of Innovation and Engagement Justice Connect. Kate Fazio will discuss ways in which she has transformed an organisation and created an innovative culture. She will offer principles and a framework, as well as practical ideas, to be a more innovative organisation.
Tools at your fingertips to create a culture of innovation – Cory Steinhauer, Humanitarian Institute From Afghanistan to South Sudan, Somalia and now Founder of Humanitarian Institute – Cory has been inspiring, training and educating people worldwide to make a difference. Cory will offer us insights into tools in our daily lives which will shape the non-profit sector as we know, such as artificial intelligence.
Kate Fazio, Justice Connect
Julia Keady – The Xfactor Collective
Cory Steinhauer – Humanitarian Institute