Borrowing an expert to find solutions

Borrowing an expert to find solutions

Indigenous Affairs
Friday, 09 September 2016

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

When an organisation becomes successful, it tends to expand but with expansion comes increased needs and complications.

The National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA) is a major training institute with multiple programs, dozens of staff and hundreds of Developing Artists (DAs).

It was awarded a new building in 2011 and chose that opportunity to upgrade its Information Technology (IT) processes, a difficult but necessary step toward smoother administration, improved marketing, and to support DA learning and development.

Read the full story on the indigenous.gov.au website