Reimagining government: Thinking in systems

This event is part of Reimagining government - a six-part interactive webinar series being delivered in partnership with the Centre for Public Impact, a BCG Foundation, which will explore new models of government for the COVID-19 era and beyond.

Most of the challenges we face as a society are complex in nature. They involve many actors, interacting and influencing each other in a variety of ways. In the enablement paradigm, government interventions are designed with this in mind; moving away from linear and discrete interventions, to holistic and evolving programs of work.

Public managers must be aware of the complex environment they work in and the limits of what they can do acting on their own.

Join Adrian Brown, Executive Director of the Centre for Public Impact, Professor Deborah Blackman, Public Sector Management Strategy at the Centre for Public Service Research in the School of Business, University of New South Wales, Canberra, and Dr Luke Craven, Director of Foresight at the Australian Tax Office as they discuss what it means for government agencies to think in systems.

Event details

Date: Thursday, 4 June 2020

Webinar: 5 pm - 6:15 pm

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Venue information

  • Venue: Online

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