Organisations are often looking for new and better ways of doing things. The advent of cloud computing, specialist service organisations, and collaborative hubs presents an opportunity for rethinking the accounting and administration function.
RSM have invited presenters from Aktive and Xero to share their practical experiences of how they are together assisting sporting organisations and other not-for-profit organisations to work in a different way to more efficiently handle their accounting function. We will also hear the perspective from Dave Currie, CEO of College Sport Auckland, an organisation that has recently made the transition. Prior to his current role, Dave Currie was the Black Caps Manager from 2009-2011, Chef de Mission for New Zealand teams at three Olympic and three Commonwealth games and was made a companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2009.
If you are interested in an alternative and potentially better way of running your accounting and administration, come along and hear this practical case study. This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunity to question and discuss implementations for your not-for-profit organisation with the presenters.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Board members, CEOs, accounting and administrative teams within charities and not-for-profit organisations.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
Michelle Taggart | Xero
Community Education Manager
Michelle works within the NZ Community to develop and implement Xero educational programs that help create skilled, confident and independent users. Michelle has a BBUS in Accounting and her career has involved working overseas in international aid organisations and for the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, as well as several years running two small businesses including one as a Production Accountant to the Film and TV Industry. When Michelle is out of the office you can find her outdoors exploring NZ with her family.
Ian Jagger | Aktive
Corporate Services Manager
Ian has a depth of experience in finance, IT, risk management and project management, having worked internationally for more than 20 years in senior roles for organisations such as PwC, ANZ and BDO. Ian is a Chartered Accountant and qualified project manager and holds a first class degree in Business. He is responsible for the set up and roll out of Aktive shared services, providing accounting and administrative services to the Auckland sport and recreation sector, and serves on Aktive's Audit and Risk committee, as well as the Board of another Auckland charity, Home and Family Counselling Committee.