Members were sent an update from chair Murray Jack and president Jane Stanton alerting them to incoming change late this afternoon.
In line with previous reports, members were told they’ll soon have access to a new online community, and that the popular CA Program will be getting a revamp.
No time frame or specific outline of what the restructure entails was supplied to members in this update.
Chief executive Rick Ellis’ internal memo to staff foreshadowed changes in reporting lines and team structures around 1 July to support the outcomes of its strategic review announced in the early months of Mr Ellis’ tenure.
CA ANZ’s education department, advocacy teams and member services teams were singled out as high on the reform agenda.
As reported late last month, CA ANZ is in the process of a major organisational overhaul, significantly motivated by consecutive years of losses up to $8.2 million.
After his appointment last year, Mr Ellis commissioned an external consultant to inform a change in management process for CA ANZ, which involved about 100 member-focused workshops in Australia and New Zealand. This framed the scope of CA ANZ’s restructure, which will be centred on member services and the professional standing of CAs.