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New Publication for NFP Leaders


17 August 2012 at 10:48 am
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A new quarterly publication for Not for Profit leaders has been launched by Social Ventures Australia (SVA).

Staff Reporter | 17 August 2012 at 10:48 am


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New Publication for NFP Leaders
17 August 2012 at 10:48 am

A new quarterly publication for Not for Profit leaders has been launched by Social Ventures Australia (SVA).

The SVA Quarterly online edition will be designed to share new ideas, lessons, tools and methodologies with leaders, managers, reformers and thinkers in the Australian Not for Profit sector.

SVA says it has established the Quarterly to share the lessons they have learned with the sector from over 350 projects that have completed with over 160 organisations in the last five years which they hope will bring about more change for the better.

“Our aim is to inform and inspire. To be practical and provocative, and powerful,” SVA’s Duncan Lockard said.

“We also want to have fun, so don’t expect us to be serious all the time – or shy in saying what we think as we’re rigorous and passionate about what we do.”

The first issue focuses on business improvement: understanding how programs work, monitoring success and improving on it.

You can view the first edition of the publication here.
 



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