News

January 2019

Welcome to 2019 – It’s shaping up to be exciting and busy

After facilitating the first round of workshops and mentoring sessions as part of the Growth Program for Business Owners and Managers, I am looking forward to the next round of this program in the early part of 2019 during which I will be introducing the concept of Business Intelligence and why it is so important for every business to create its own library of wisdom and how this can be done. I suggest you consider enrolling into this program if you want to take the next step in the development of your business.

Another opportunity to catch up with me will be National Disability Services (NDS) WA Quality and Safeguarding Forum (11 February 2019) – I will be sharing some of my insights on the NDIS Certification and Verification process and how to evidence practice.

December 2018

GoodRun Solutions has been selected to join a panel of verified business consultants in the disability sector

National Disability Services (NDS) in Western Australia has received funding to establish a panel of suitably qualified business consultants to assist disability service providers examine their current business model and explore options for improvement, diversification or growth within the NDIS operating environment. GoodRun Solutions has been selected to join the panel of preferred consultants to provide business advice and respond to specific requirements of Western Australian disability support providers in their transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme. Being selected to join the panel assures disability service providers that GoodRun Solutions can provide quality specialist advice to organisations that support people with disability.

November 2018

Strategic Development Program for Not-for-Profit Organisations

Creating a resilient Not-for-Profit Sector

I am pleased to share the exciting news that a program that I am co-designing is being offered during November 2019 through the AIM WA/ UWA Business School Executive Education partnership.
I am collaborating with Winthrop Professor Tim Mazzarol to offer a program that is tailored to the particular requirements of the NFP sector.
This program is based on foundation principles of how such organisations need to configure their business models and shape their corporate strategy to address the challenges of what is now a dynamic and more uncertain environment.
Please see the Executive Education Portfolio 2019 (AIM WA & UWA Business School) for more details.