Statements of the Obvious on NDIS
Author: Tony Lanigan
Some statements of the obvious that may be helpful to the designers of Disability Care Australia.
- There is a very fine line between pragmatism and the cynicism born of life’s rich experience!
- Big is rarely best, very big is invariable bad.
- Top heavy management will eventually topple over.
- If you cannot demonstrate how to perform a task two management levels below you, then your quality control has failed.
- Certificates will never equate to lived experience.
- Centralisation of command and control is primarily a convenience.
- Operating and financial decision making must be delegated to the lowest level possible for coal face support to operate efficiently, effectively and in a timely manner.
Tony Lanigan is President of Toowoomba Intellectual Disability Support Association Inc (TIDSA)
The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform.
Statements of the Obvious on NDIS © Tony Lanigan 2013.
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