Emerging Futures Project

In 2012 the Centre was engaged by the Office for the Community Sector to:

  • Scope the changing environment for community service organisations, with reference to the PVVC Inquiry, pay equity and the modern award and other relevant policy developments
  • Suggest potential models that the sector might develop to respond to the changing environment
  • Provide information about the approaches taken by some community service organisations dealing with the change in their operating environment

The case studies below explain how some NFPs have responded to the challenges emerging across the community sector to ensure longer term sustainability of their organisation.

  1. a small regional community sector organisation implementing a merger with a larger organisation.
  2. an outer-metropolitan community sector organisation implementing a change in service focus.
  3. a primary health care organisation based in metropolitan Melbourne responding to increase service demand in an economically constrained environment.


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