BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Microsoft Corporation//Outlook 16.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:REQUEST X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:AUS Eastern Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16010401T030000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=1SU;BYMONTH=4 TZOFFSETFROM:+1100 TZOFFSETTO:+1000 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:16011007T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=1SU;BYMONTH=10 TZOFFSETFROM:+1000 TZOFFSETTO:+1100 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT ATTENDEE;CN="Fiona Macdonald";RSVP=TRUE:mailto:fiona.macdonald@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="GRP-CPOW Members";RSVP=TRUE:mailto:GRP-cpow@rmiteduau.onmicros oft.com ATTENDEE;CN="Bruce Wilson";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:bruce.wils on@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Sara Charlesworth";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:sara. charlesworth@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Caitlin Vincent";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:caitlin .vincent@unimelb.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Charlie Huang";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:charlie.h uang@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Konrad Peszynski";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:konrad .peszynski@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Meagan Tyler";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:meagan.tyl er@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Cameron Duff";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:cameron.du ff@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Shelley Marshall";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:shelle y.marshall@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Pradip Sarkar";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:pradip.sa rkar@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Beni Halvorsen";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:beni.hal vorsen@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Karen Douglas";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:karen.dou glas@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Annie Delaney";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:annie.del aney@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Jason Downs";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:jason.downs @rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Carys Chan";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:carys.chan@r mit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Penelope June Weller";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:pe nelopejune.weller@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Kate Grosser";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:kate.gross er@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Lena Wang";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:lena.wang@rmi t.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Centre For PeopleOrganisation and Work";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;R SVP=TRUE:mailto:cpow@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Wendy Taylor";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:wendy.tayl or@rmit.edu.au ATTENDEE;CN="Tamara J Daly";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:dalyt@yor ku.ca ATTENDEE;CN="Daniel Richards";ROLE=OPT-PARTICIPANT;RSVP=TRUE:mailto:daniel. richards@rmit.edu.au CATEGORIES:Events and Booking CLASS:PUBLIC CREATED:20200123T032825Z DESCRIPTION:\n\nTime: Wednesday\, 19th February 2020 – 4pm-6pm \ n\nVenue: RMIT Building 80\, Level 10\, Room 17\n\n445 Swanston St\, Melbourne \n\nRSVP: by accepting this invitation or via email - peter.nowotnik@rmit.edu.au \n\n \n\nI n this seminar Dr Zimpel-Leal will report on the findings of her research examining how emergent Home Care models in England differ from the time an d task model\, and how these are shaping the care market. Home Care provid ers for older people are facing a rise in demand for their services driven not only by an ageing population but also from a market demand for person alised care\, choice\, continuity of care\, and real time availability. Co mbined with turbulent political and policy environments\, and the governme nt’s need to maximize resource utilization and contain costs\, the curre nt care landscape presented an opportunity for new Home Care models. Utili zing the Business Model Canvas\, this study investigated various emergent models of Home Care using semi-ethnographic methods that included 13 month s of field observation and data collection\, a narrative summary review an d 33 interviews. It found disruptive and emergent models such as uberisati on\, community-based\, live-in and preventative models are becoming more p ervasive in the current landscape\; with. major shifts related to value pr oposition\, partnerships and customer segments. Changes are promoting more flexibility and responsiveness in the care market\, enhancing service use rs’ experience and encouraging workforce development.\n\n \n\nAbout Karl a Zimpel-Leal\n\nDr Karla Zimpel-Leal is an Innovation Fellow within the S ustainable Care Programme\, at the University of Sheffield. She is examini ng emergent Business Models in Home Care\, to advance innovation and stren gthen skills development in the sector’s economy. By working closely wit h Home Care businesses\, policymakers\, regulators and commissioners\, her objective is to develop a sustained engagement with stakeholders and to u nderstand how these models are shaping new patterns and ecosystems of care . In advancing their Business Models and co-creating innovations\, tailore d resources will be developed to promote sustainability\, competitiveness and growth\, as well as to influence social policy. Karla’s previous res earch encompasses knowledge transfer and innovation\, particularly focusin g on understanding the generative mechanisms that are driving knowledge tr ansfer between science and industry in the food sector. Karla has spent ma ny years in her own entrepreneurial ventures. She has an Honours degree in Business and International Trade and a Masters in Supply Chain Management . Her PhD in Knowledge Transfer is from the Norwich Business School\, Univ ersity of East Anglia\, UK.\n\n \n\n \n\n DTEND;TZID="AUS Eastern Standard Time":20200219T180000 DTSTAMP:20200114T212719Z DTSTART;TZID="AUS Eastern Standard Time":20200219T160000 LAST-MODIFIED:20200123T032825Z LOCATION:RMIT Building 80\, Floor 11\, Room 08 ORGANIZER;CN="Peter Nowotnik":mailto:peter.nowotnik@rmit.edu.au PRIORITY:5 SEQUENCE:5 SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-au:*** CPOW SEMINAR *** Karla Zimpel-Leal: How are emer ging Home Care models shaping the care market in England? 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Time: \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \ ; Wednesday\, 19th February 2020 –\; 4pm-6pm

Venue: \; \; \; \; \;&nb sp\; RMIT Building 80\, Level 10\, Room 17

44 5 Swanston St\, Melbourne \;

RSVP: \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \;&nb sp\; by accepting this invitation or via email - peter.nowotnik@rmit.edu.au

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In this seminar Dr Zimpe l-Leal will report on the findings of her research examining how emergent Home Care models in England differ from the time and task model\, and how these are shaping the care market. Home Care providers for older people ar e facing a rise in demand for their services driven not only by an ageing population but also from a market demand for personalised care\, choice\, continuity of care\, and real time availability. Combined with turbulent p olitical and policy environments\, and the government’\;s need to max imize resource utilization and contain costs\, the current care landscape presented an opportunity for new Home Care models. Utilizing the Business Model Canvas\, this study investigated various emergent models of Home Car e using semi-ethnographic methods that included 13 months of field observa tion and data collection\, a narrative summary review and 33 interviews. I t found disruptive and emergent models such as uberisation\, community-bas ed\, live-in and preventative models are becoming more pervasive in the cu rrent landscape\; with. major shifts related to value proposition\, partne rships and customer segments. Changes are promoting more flexibility and r esponsiveness in the care market\, enhancing service users’\; experie nce and encouraging workforce development.

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About Karla Zimpel-Leal

Dr Karla Zim pel-Leal is an Innovation Fellow within the Sustainable Care Programme\, a t the University of Sheffield. She is examining emergent Business Models i n Home Care\, to advance innovation and strengthen skills development in t he sector’\;s economy. By working closely with Home Care businesses\, policymakers\, regulators and commissioners\, her objective is to develop a sustained engagement with stakeholders and to understand how these mode ls are shaping new patterns and ecosystems of care. In advancing their Bus iness Models and co-creating innovations\, tailored resources will be deve loped to promote sustainability\, competitiveness and growth\, as well as to influence social policy. Karla’\;s previous research encompasses k nowledge transfer and innovation\, particularly focusing on understanding the generative mechanisms that are driving knowledge transfer between scie nce and industry in the food sector. Karla has spent many years in her own entrepreneurial ventures. She has an Honours degree in Business and Inter national Trade and a Masters in Supply Chain Management. Her PhD in Knowle dge Transfer is from the Norwich Business School\, University of East Angl ia\, UK.

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