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Dale Renner is a strategy and innovation consultant and director of Latitude Network.


The rise and rise of outcomes


Dale Renner, Wednesday, 22nd September 2021 -  With the move to reporting on outcomes gaining pace, Dale Renner, director of Latitude Network, shares advice on what social organisations can do to build an outcomes-focused organisation.

Launching the Living Learning program

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Dale Renner, Wednesday, 5th May 2021 -  The Living Learning program is important, writes Dale Renner, not just because of its social impact on young people, but also because of the way the impact investment is structured. It provides a new way to partner for the delivery of social outcomes.

How should social organisations emerge from COVID-19?


Dale Renner, Monday, 4th May 2020 -  Dale Renner looks at the different phases of adjustment that managers need to consider in response to the COVID-19 crisis, and what this means for social organisation strategy.

Lessons learned from US shift to outcomes


Dale Renner, Thursday, 24th October 2019 -  The shift to funding for outcomes is on its way, but the next stage needs to focus on lower costs and more collaborative outcomes partnerships between social service organisations and government commissioners, write Dale Renner and Russ Wood from Latitude Network.

The Case for Outcomes-Based Growth


Dale Renner, Tuesday, 13th June 2017 -  Should social organisations pursue growth, and if they do, how should they do it, asks strategy and innovation consultant Dale Renner.

Identity in a Time of Social Sector Change


Dale Renner, Tuesday, 26th April 2016 -  Opinion: Change is upon the social sector – but we can’t just busy ourselves with NDIS readiness projects. The Not for Profit sector needs to wrestle with questions of identity to keep what’s important and be willing to change the rest, writes innovation consultant Dale Renner.

The Role of CEOs and Boards in Fostering Innovation


Dale Renner, Thursday, 12th November 2015 -  CEOs in the Not for Profit and corporate space need to play the role of 'sponsor' and 'protector' of innovation in their organisations, writes innovation consultant Dale Renner.
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