Case studies show social purpose organisations are reaping the benefits of improved process efficiencies.

According to Olivia Hilton, Executive Director, SVA Consulting, “A lot of social purpose organisations just do not have the luxury of spending time wondering if there are other ways to achieve more.”

This is in contrast to the for-profit sector, however, where competition forces organisations to improve efficiency. A key strategy for many corporates is based on producing more with less, without compromising quality, said Hilton. “Great examples of this abound in manufacturing where organisations – notably car manufacturers – gained significant benefits in productivity as a result of assembly line innovation without compromising on quality.”

Read more on the Social Ventures Australia website.

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