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Industry Planning: What work has been done to date?

Industry Planning: What work has been done to date?

On 17 March 2017, approximately 100 community services representatives attended the The Social Service Sector of Tomorrow Industry Planning Symposium, hosted by the Health and Human Services Partnership Implementation Committee (HSHPIC).

You can download the post-event communique which summarises the event and outlines the top ideas which came from discussions. It also advises on the next steps, and how these priority areas will be further explored over the next twelve months.

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The symposium was the first step in the collaborative process of industry planning between government and the sector.

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Participants considered how the future industry might look across five drivers of change: workforce, digital innovation, flexible funding approaches, outcomes, and evidence-based approaches.

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Discussions revealed a broader range of issues that the industry will need to consider in planning including: Client-centred approaches, Place-based approaches, Organisational and industry readiness, Regulation changes and Governance and leadership.