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Leilani Bin-Juda reflects on her Churchill Fellowship journey

  • Published Date: 17 April 2019
Almost two decades ago, I embarked on a Churchill Fellowship which enabled me to visit museums around the world. It was a life changing experience. From humble beginnings in the back rooms of a museum...
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Delivering local solutions should not be an afterthought

  • Published Date: 17 April 2019
Placing citizens at the centre of policymaking and service design means they have the opportunity to shape policy and services in areas that matter to them. Delivering local solutions cannot be treate...
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2019 Federal Election: What to expect from the Election Campaign

  • Published Date: 16 April 2019
By Professor John Wanna After one of the most unpredictable, unstable and polemical parliamentary terms in living memory, the calling of the election for 18 May fin...
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ANZSOG Alumni Council seeks to bolster alumni pathways

  • Published Date: 16 April 2019
ANZSOG’s Alumni Council has begun identifying opportunities for alumni as it seeks to fulfill a prominent role in shaping the organisation’s future.   ANZSOG research revealed alumni wa...
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How ANZSOG’s Masters degree shapes public sector leadership

  • Published Date: 15 April 2019
When John Donne suggested ‘No man is an island’, he wasn’t talking about life in the Australian or New Zealand public service, but he could well have been. Aspiring public sector leaders need s...
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How the APS can build trust by adopting institutional integrity

  • Published Date: 11 April 2019
This article is based on one of the papers, Being a trusted and respected partner: the APS Integrity Framework, authored by Nikolas Kirby and Simone Webbe. According to 2018 OECD research, the p...
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Preventing Public Private Partnerships provoking political problems

  • Published Date: 08 April 2019
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) have been used by governments to obtain extra funds for infrastructure and shift the risks of cost overruns on to the private sector. What has proved more difficult ...
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ANZSOG Executive Master of Public Administration award winners announced

  • Published Date: 04 April 2019
Outstanding public sector leaders who began their ANZSOG Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) journey in 2017, have been recognised for their achievements at the annual Dean’s Awards in ...
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Getting the work of government done

  • Published Date: 03 April 2019
At a glance In ANZSOG research commissioned for the APS Review, Janine O’Flynn (University of Melbourne), and Gary Sturgess (University of New South Wales) explore commissioning and contracting. Th...
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Paterson Oration 2019: Annette King on the challenges for women in leadership  

  • Published Date: 29 March 2019
New Zealand High Commissioner to Australia, Dame Annette King highlighted the rise of women to power in her home country as part of an inspirational 2019 ANZSOG Paterson Oration.  Dame Annette...
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NZ High Commissioner Annette King to deliver 2019 Paterson Oration 

  • Published Date: 27 March 2019
ANZSOG’s 2019 Paterson Oration will be delivered by New Zealand High Commissioner Dame Annette King in Melbourne on 28 March, with the theme of ‘Women in Leadership’  Dame Annette was a se...
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Future-proofing work a huge challenge for policy makers

  • Published Date: 25 March 2019
Computers, robots, big data and artificial intelligence have already changed the nature of work, and many experts are predicting that a further swathe of jobs are susceptible. This begs the question:...