Paul has been CEO of Save the Children for the past 5 years. Prior to Save the Children, Paul managed the Office of Work and Family in the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, providing social policy advice to two Prime Ministers.
In 2019, Save the Children celebrates its 100th birthday. Whether it continues to be one of Australia’s leading ‘charity’ brands will depend on whether it can navigate the perfect storm it confronts: unprecedented demand from natural and man-made disasters; massive opportunities and challenges from new technologies; rapidly changing stakeholder expectations; ‘hyper competition’ among charities for the fundraising dollar; aid workers being killed and kidnapped like never before.
To thrive in this tough operating environment and to continue to help change the world for millions of children, Save the Children is transforming its ‘operating model’.
Presenting at ADMA Global Forum:
Leading in an Age of Disruption: Adapt or Die
Join Ronalds at ADMA Global Forum to hear how Save the Children are harnessing new edu-tech, e-health and fin-tech technologies to increase impact; while leveraging new digital channels to inspire supporters.
Three Key Takeaways:
- Understand how the strategic environment is changing for Australian NFPs.
- Appreciate the different drivers for organisational model choices – customer obsessed; frugal, agile and multi-modal – and the implication of general organisational trends (such as ‘porous’ organisational boundaries)
- How to foster a culture of innovation and leverage new and emerging technologies