To support this goal, there are four initiatives. View CPA Australia's progress on each of these below.
This is a significant piece of research that will underpin CPA Australia's work to improve value and service to members at each stage of the membership journey. Focus groups, fieldwork research and qualitative surveys have been completed for members in Australia.
Fieldwork research commenced in China and Malaysia in February-March 2019.
This project will assess the current state of the member service experience, including member interaction channels, customer service delivery models, evaluation frameworks and related systems and technology. It will deliver valuable recommendations on how CPA Australia can improve value to members through technology and service.
The purpose of the audit is to produce a report highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the existing social media strategy, and to help inform the development of a more refined strategy that allows for two-way communication with members.
CPA Australia has invested significantly in technology to improve the enrolment experience for Associate members. The priority is to eliminate outages and minimise delays for members.
The November enrolment period saw no outages. Overall, members reported a quick and seamless enrolment experience. There were close to 5000 successful enrolments on day one and the average enrolment time per unit was just 30 seconds. The project was delivered on time and to budget.
A renewed focus on content to reflect member interests has resulted in an increase of 100,000 visits to INTHEBLACK.com in December 2018 compared to December 2017.
A new event management system provides a streamlined process for members booking to attend events. The self-serve system enables members to register for events, provide payment, change sessions, and cancel and arrange a refund.
Quitch, a pilot digital app for students enrolled in Practice Management and Ethics and Governance in Semester 1 2019, incorporates gaming technology and design elements to aid learning. More than 1980 students downloaded the app during the pilot.
Communication protocols have been put in place to support email communication from Divisional Presidents to members in that Division. Additional work is being done to establish new digital channels for members in each Division to communicate and connect with each other as part of a professional network.
In November 2018, Division and Branch Councils shared member engagement initiatives and put forward recommendations for potential improvements.
In December 2018, Councils are developing member engagement plans to be submitted to the Member Engagement Committee. These will inform recommendations on changes to the overall strategy for member engagement and help build an appropriate evaluation framework.
A reception to engage Associate members in their career journey.
CPA Australia employees have attended culture workshops designed to build a member-centric culture aligned to the strategy objectives.
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