The highlight of the NRCoP program is the annual forum. Held in Melbourne since 2014 on a topic of critical importance to all regulators, the forum is anchored by a leading international speaker. The program overall is designed to support regulators to showcase innovations, expand their horizons about what is being achieved by others and help lift thinking out of domain and jurisdictional silos.
It provides a unique opportunity for regulators to share their experiences and lessons learned in interactive and engaging formats and in a non-commercial national and trans-Tasman context.
The 2020 forum has been deferred until 2021. The theme will be Regulation, Trust and Social Licence.
Regulators across the world are facing growing demands for action in complex and volatile domains combined with shrinking resources, but help is at hand: many are using technology-driven regulation to break the cycle and tackle the increasingly global challenges they face.
The theme for the 2019 forum was “The Intelligent Regulator” with keynote address by Bill Eggers.
Watch The Intelligent Regulator here:
If the definition of workplace culture is how staff behave when no one is looking, 2018 may well go down in regulatory history as the year we collectively started looking – and were scandalised by what we found.
How can regulators change workplace culture?
Including a keynote address by Dr Femke de Vries.
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How can regulators predict the future and adapt to new technologies and the rise of an informed and connected citizenry.
Find presentations from the day along with the Background paper, provided by Dr Steven Manos, and the link to Professor Alberto Alemanno’s live stream session.
You can view Professor Cary Coglianese's presentation
Regulatory excellence: A framework for quality improvement