Building capabilities in the social purpose sector: Digital and Technology
Digital transformation has been an ongoing challenge for many social purpose organisations, but the pandemic has rapidly accelerated the need to build capabilities in this area. In webinar 2 Jessica Macpherson OAM joined Greg Harbidge and Jody Evans to share some advice on how to develop digital and technology capabilities, navigate this period of rapid transformation and bring your team on the digital journey.
From this event
In this webinar we had the privilege of the company of Jessica Macpherson OAM, CEO and Founder of St Kilda Mums. Through conversation with MBS' Greg Harbidge and Dr Jody Evans, Jessica offered insights on how her organisation, has navigated this period of rapid transformation by building their digital and technology capabilities and shared valuable advice to those needing to do the same.
Click here to download the 'role of a leader in our digital age' info-graphic courtesy of Greg Harbidge, Senior Learning Consultant, MBS.
About our speakers
CEO AND FOUNDER, ST KILDA MUMS
Jessica is a founding board member of St Kilda Mums. For the first four years of its operation, Jessica hosted weekly collections at her own home. In August 2013 she was appointed to the position of CEO. She is widely recognised as the face of St Kilda Mums.
SENIOR CONSULTANT, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION
Greg is a leadership development expert with a particular focus on creativity, innovation and design thinking. He teaches on the Melbourne Health Accelerator program as well as our short courses.
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF MARKETING
Jody is an expert in branding, marketing strategy and economic and social impact who is committed to focusing on research and programs that encourage better business for a better world.