With more funding, more participants and more choice combined with a focus on independence and community outcomes, there are three areas of job and productivity growth expected for Australia’s NDIS
The NDIS mainly accelerates a process/funding to the person-centric model. The impact to the non-profit service providers is huge as they now need systems to manage 1000’s of clients, rather than just two (e.g. state and federal governments). The need for service providers to track and report on goals and tasks related to the goals is therefore our 2nd outcome of the NDIS that “most people didn’t know”.
In short, the three end results of NDIS are a more efficient service delivery, greater self-determination for the disabled and huge increase in jobs for disabled and folks in disablity health sector. We’ll go through these three result of NDIS in more detail in this series.
Not only is it easy to set up and brand your website, taking orders in multiple currencies, giving options on shipping and tracking shipments is being ‘democratized’. That is, pricepoints are within reach for the small companies to offer similar consistency of service as the big guys.
Politeness in business is more akin to some wild animals angling for the next kill. A genuine attitude is read by others and a habit of good behaviour helps breed the culture needed for an organisation. A decade long study by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton of 200,000 managers and employees actually tied the “thank you’s” to bigger profits.
A company culture of honesty is important in everyday activity, but also builds a “bank of trust” based on repeated good deeds that helps you get through crisis with clients and families.
Do a mirror test to see if you are managing yourself according to your ethics.