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What do successful community leadership programs look like? SVA shares insights from programs it has reviewed.
After ten years in the sector, SVA Consulting reflects on the strategies and interventions that deliver the most impact.
Social procurement – using business and government purchasing power to create social value – has tremendous potential for social impact. Procuring goods or services from social enterprises committed to employing and supporting marginalised groups, can create almost immediate change.
However, social procurement is only...
Measuring the things that matter most is only part of the story; real change comes through building a culture that understands how to use this data to manage to outcomes.
Five key reasons for managing to outcomes are: to sustain or grow funding, to...
Based on a presentation to a Committee for Economic Development Australia (CEDA) Forum on ending entrenched disadvantage in Australia.
Capital and failure are two words we don’t often hear together in the social purpose sector.
This article addresses capital and the investment...
Prompts to help you reflect on how well you know your clients and what they need, drawing upon the SVA Fundamentals for Impact.
Social-purpose organisations exist for those who benefit from their actions – in most cases people with some form of need. Therefore,...
Malcolm Garrow, Executive Director, Consulting at Social Ventures Australia explores the importance of being intentional about who to engage in the strategy development process, and offers guidance on how to do it well.
SVA’s strategy consultants share their thoughts and observations about developing and implementing strategy in the social sector.