Thought Leadership

What makes public sector measurement meaningful?

Published Date: 31 August 2021
Public services see quantitative measurements and targets as a key part of accountability, but a growing movement is questioning whether this foc...

News & Media

Learn to build Indigenous partnerships: Lil Anderson

Published Date: 13 October 2021
Creating good policy for First Peoples is a responsibility that extends across all parts of the public sector and one that depends on building st...

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The National Cabinet and COVID-19: a new future for federal relations?

Version Date : 12 October 2021
Published Date: 12 October 2021
When COVID-19 became a global pandemic in March 2020, Australia was still dealing with the fallout from a catastrophic bushfire season. With little ti...

Cases

Captaining a Team of 5 Million: New Zealand Beats Back COVID-19, March – June 2020

Version Date : 12 July 2021
Published Date: 12 July 2021
This case was originally published by the Princeton University Innovations for Successful Societies. To view the case in the Princeton University case...

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News & Media

New ANZSOG Case explores future of Australia’s National Cabinet

Published Date: 13 October 2021
Australia’s National Cabinet has gone from an emergency measure to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 to a permanent feature of governance...

Research

The public sector performance paradox

Published Date: 19 October 2021
Assessing performance in the public sector has led to several unintended consequences. These include the performance paradox, tunnel vision and ...

News & Media

Should we be worried about Artificial Intelligence in regulation?

Published Date: 12 October 2021
Big data and technology are reshaping the world of regulation with Artificial intelligence, machine learning, improved data collection and analyt...

Research

Knowledge, policy design and impact in Indigenous policymaking

Published Date: 05 October 2021
A paper in Policy Design and Practice argues policy impact in Indigenous affairs has been scandalously minimal. The problem is not a technical on...

News & Media

How public servants can make economics work for them

Published Date: 11 October 2021
The language of economics is still the dominant language used in discourse around public policy, and almost all policies are evaluated through an...

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Making better decisions with economic thinking: Public sector economics for managers

Event Date : 22 November to 16 December 2021
Location : Online

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Harnessing behavioural insights

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Learning to communicate for impact and influence

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Leading community engagement

Event Date : 23 November and 30 November 2021
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