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Indian public sector leaders’ to gain Australian insights

  • Published Date: 16 August 2018
India is the world’s biggest democracy and shares values and history with Australia.  ANZSOG’s annual India Advanced Leadership Program brings Indian public servants to Australia to learn ho...
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Overcoming distrust of government and rethinking public value

  • Published Date: 10 August 2018
ANZSOG Dean and CEO, Professor Ken Smith dwells on the key skills public servants will need for the future: There is growing evidence that people around the world are losing faith in representat...
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Lessons from Singapore’s public service

  • Authors: Profesor Michael Mintrom
  • Published Date: 10 August 2018
  • Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Public Value
By Professor Michael Mintrom Australia and New Zealand are a small part of a big region and our public servants need to be connected to their counterparts across the Indo-Pacific, to build links and ...
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ANZSOG seeking Indigenous Engagement Advisor

  • Published Date: 02 August 2018
ANZSOG is seeking Expressions of Interest for the position of Advisor, Indigenous Engagement, based at our head office in Melbourne, Victoria.  Reporting to the Deputy Dean (Teaching and Learnin...
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The search for authentic leadership

  • Published Date: 02 August 2018
If you think of character and leadership as two separate things – then you don’t fully understand either, says leadership expert Dr Dana Born. Dr Born describes good leadership as ‘authentic le...
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ANZSOG’s recommendations for the future of the public service

  • Published Date: 01 August 2018
ANZSOG has released its submission to the Thodey Review of the Australian Public Service, making a number of recommendations for the future the Australian Public Service. The ANZSOG submission calls ...
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14 ways public sector middle managers can improve gender equity

  • Published Date: 01 August 2018
Most public sector middle managers are committed to progressing gender equity – but need more support to make it happen, new ANZSOG-funded research has found. Based on interviews and focus groups w...
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Flexible working: innovations and issues

  • Published Date: 26 July 2018
It is increasingly recognised that flexible workers are happier, healthier and more productive. Yet many employees still have trouble accessing flexible work arrangements, or progressing in their care...
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Professor Ken Smith: Overcoming distrust and rethinking government 

  • Published Date: 24 July 2018
This is an edited version of a speech given by ANZSOG Dean and CEO, Professor Ken Smith to the Queensland Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy in May 2018. There is growing evidence that ...
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Pitfalls and benefits of using multi-year budgeting

  • Published Date: 17 July 2018
Many countries use multi-year budgeting to improve fiscal accountability and program delivery, but securing these benefits requires a high level of sophistication and transparency around costs. ANZSO...
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Kicking Off the leadership lessons of the 2018 World Cup

  • Published Date: 16 July 2018
We all know that the sporting arena is a great place to find lessons on leadership, and this year’s World Cup has been no exception. Each round highlighted a range of different leadership issues, go...
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ANZSOG research team examining how to make collaboration work

  • Published Date: 12 July 2018
Collaboration is becoming increasingly necessary to deal with the ‘wicked problems’ that require action from multiple agencies and sectors. However, collaboration is a lot easier to talk about th...