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Restoring public trust in government: Ken Smith

  • Published Date: 18 April 2018
By Professor Ken Smith, Australia New Zealand School of Government Dean and CEO The current focus on the day-to-day minutiae of scandals in government (real or imagined) can blur the fact that declin...
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ANZSOG’s Sophie Yates’ gender research wins international award

  • Published Date: 18 April 2018
ANZSOG Research Fellow Sophie Yates has won the Osborne Best Paper Award for the best paper by a new researcher at the International Research Society for Public Management’s 2018 Conference in Edinb...
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How do public sector innovation units work in practice? 

  • Published Date: 12 April 2018
Public sector innovation (PSI) units have spread rapidly across government departments in Australia and New Zealand in recent years, and an ANZSOG-funded research project is providing the first analys...
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ANZSOG/AIHW conference analyses benefits of data sharing

  • Published Date: 05 April 2018
Governments must engage with the community, and each other, in order to build trust around data use.  Data experts from the public sector, universities and non-government organisations stressed ...
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Better data the key to improving Indigenous disadvantage: Professor Ian Anderson

  • Published Date: 03 April 2018
Better data, and giving Indigenous communities better access to it, can be part of the solution for Indigenous disadvantage, Professor Ian Anderson says. Professor Anderson was speaking at ANZSOG and...
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Professor Genevieve Bell: The future is already here – but are governments ready for it?

  • Published Date: 29 March 2018
The future is already here, and governments and individuals need to learn how to deal with the loss of privacy, the rising power of data and algorithms and the growth in robots, says Professor Genevie...
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Six and Out? What Australia’s cricket scandal can tell us about the six golden rules of integrity

  • Published Date: 28 March 2018
By Michael Macaulay Michael Macaulay is Associate Dean (Professional programmes) at Victoria Business School, Victoria University of Wellington. He coordinates the ANZSOG executive workshop Leading E...
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Breaking the data silos: ANZSOG/AIHW data conference trends Australia-wide

  • Published Date: 27 March 2018
AIHW CEO Barry Sandison, Prime Minister & Cabinet's Professor Ian Anderson and former United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer to the Obama-administration Beth Noveck were among the highlight...
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Indigenous public servants need better career pathways: ANZSOG report

  • Published Date: 22 March 2018
Governments will only be able to deliver better outcomes for Indigenous people in Australia and New Zealand if they embrace Indigenous knowledge and culture, collaborate better with communities and en...
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Book review – Clive Hamilton’s Silent Invasion: China’s Influence in Australia

  • Published Date: 21 March 2018
Andrew Podger, ANZSOG fellow and Honorary Professor of Public Policy, Australian National University Andrew Podger is an ANZSOG Fellow and Honorary Professor of Public Policy, The Australia...
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ANZSOG’s ANU research series celebrates 50th publication

  • Published Date: 21 March 2018
The 50th volume in the Australian National University’s ANZSOG series of public management research has been launched in Canberra. ANZSOG Dean and CEO Professor Ken Smith said that the series demon...
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ANZSOG recognises public sector high achievers

  • Published Date: 14 March 2018
High achievers from ANZSOG’s 2015 and 2016 Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) cohorts have been recognised at a ceremony in Sydney. The award ceremony, held in conjunction with the 20...