Rapid technological change and digital disruption are challenging traditional operating models and creating opportunities for organisations to establish more effective ways of working. Like private organisations, government and not-for-profit organisations are now continuously confronted with radically shifting contexts for their workforces, workplaces, as well as the world of work.
These shifting contexts are occurring at a time of large scale reforms, which are placing greater demands on the social sector to do more with less. In this world of digital disruption and social policy reform, we believe that both government and not-for-profit organisations must establish new ways of working, centred on digital collaboration, if they are to effectively address Australia’s most complex social challenges.
In a world of increasing demand and diminishing resource both government and not-for-profit organisations need to establish news ways of working that are centred on digital collaboration if they are effectively tackle Australia’s most complex social challenges. To do this successfully our research suggests that organisations need to create empowered networks of teams, reposition their leadership to think, act and react differently and better harness the power of diversity and inclusion.
Deloitte’s Social Impact Consulting practice brings together Australia’s leaders in human capital solutions to help address these complex workforce challenges and deliver better outcomes within the social sector. If you are interested in learning more about how we can support you in unlocking the collaborative power of your organisation, please contact Tharani Jegatheeswaran (Partner – Social Impact Consulting) or Phillip Mottram (Principal – Social Impact Consulting).