SSI provides services in NSW in the areas of refugee settlement, migrant support, asylum seekers, housing, multicultural foster care, and disability and youth support.
They are committed to supporting and resourcing people in vulnerable communities in NSW to fulfil their potential as members of the Australian community.
SSI’s Strategic Plan 2017-2020 is a blueprint for managing the organisation’s strengths and challenges, positioning SSI to capitalise on future growth opportunities and expanding operations in a sustainable, planned way against a backdrop of rapid change, uncertainty, complexity and increased competition.
ASIT’s first step in developing SSI’s Strategic Plan was to undertake a 360° stakeholder analysis and review. This is a deep discovery process for the development and implementation of business strategy. The discovery takes place with a range of internal and external stakeholders, and enables development of well targeted growth strategies.
Through our discovery process, ASIT uncovered SSI’s key strengths, challenges, opportunities and aspirations. We then undertook thorough market research and analysis to develop four strategic objectives for SSI to deliver via a range of strategies and implement through key initiatives, within specific timeframes.
These strategic objectives, strategies and implementation initiatives consolidate and expand on SSI’s previous achievements, harness their strengths and aim to turn challenges into opportunities for sustainable expansion.
SSI’s Strategic Plan 2017-2020 sets aspirational goals and objectives to assist SSI to make strategic decisions and investments over the next three to five years. It:
ASIT worked directly with Settlement Services International (SSI) to produce its Strategic Plan 2017-2020, to help equip SSI to move to its next stage of development.
ASIT's founder, Natasha Scully has a long-term vision and commitment to sustainable positive social change. Core to this commitment is the vision to incubate and establish Australia's first Children's Wealth Fund.