Through our partnership with Hand Heart Pocket we have been able to design and deliver a purposeful course on Using Design Thinking to Create Place-Based Social Change.
Social purpose organisations are facing growing needs, but don’t always have the time or resources to maximise their impact on the communities they serve. Hand Heart Pocket, the Charity of Freemasons Queensland, partnered with QUT to offer a solution.
What obstructs and promotes evaluation in third sector organisations (nonprofits and social enterprises)? Conducting an evaluation has been a practice used by many third sector organisations to critically…
Charlotte Sangster was first interviewed for her PSMP scholarship application in 2015 hoping it would help her to pursue her dream. How has it helped?
Most nonprofit organisations and social enterprises are on an outcomes/impact measurement journey, meaning they are developing strategies to understand and evidence how their services and activities are creating social change and impact.
So you may have watched our short video introducing the QUTeX HealthCare Partnership Team but we thought a more detailed write-up might be of interest. Okay, truth is, we couldn’t get everything we wanted to say into a ’30 seconds each’ piece to camera!
Connie and Julia were enthusiastic and inquisitive participants in the program, bringing charisma and a positive mindset into each session. We recently reconnected with Connie and Julia where they reflected on their influences and experience in the program.
Over the past 10 years, there has been growing emphasis on fundraising leadership and innovation. Underpinning both of these is organisational culture and how it influences fundraising success and donor wellbeing.
Justin MacDonald is currently over halfway through his MBA and is a great asset to the QUT program. As part of his studies, Justin chose to be part…
There is a popular misconception that things are easier in NFP world than the corporate sector. It’s a positive environment, people are doing “good” things, and there aren’t…