ANZSOG is a resource for journalists seeking analysis and commentary on education and research relevant to the public sector.

The purpose of our research is to address key contemporary issues in public administration, policy development and management where information is lacking.

ANZSOG has international experts willing and available to talk with the media on a wide range of issues relating to the public sector. Our experts can comment topics such as:

  • Public administration
  • Public sector management
  • Public policy
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Economic principles relevant to the public sector
  • Qualitative and quantitative reporting
  • Public sector law, convention and ethics
  • Leadership and change management
  • Evidence-based analysis
  • Case teaching.

For further information, call Ben Ruse in our Stakeholder Relations and Communications team on 0437 971 291 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

 

 
 

News & Media

Peter Hughes appointed ANZSOG Board Chair

Published Date: 17 November 2017
Peter Hughes CNZM has been named the Chair of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government’s (ANZSOG) Board. The New Zealand State Services C...

News & Media

ANZSOG’s John Alford and Sophie Yates win Richardson Award for research on co-production

Published Date: 16 November 2017
ANZSOG’s Professor John Alford and Research Fellow Sophie Yates have won IPAA’s Sam Richardson Award for their work on the co-production of public...

News & Media

ANZSOG’s Advanced Leadership Program: Chinese delegation to arrive in Australia

Published Date: 09 November 2017
ANZSOG’s relationship with China will continue to strengthen with the arrival of the 2017 cohort of Chinese public servants taking part in the China...

News & Media

ANZSOG releases Indigenous Affairs conference final report

Published Date: 06 November 2017
Following the success of the ANZSOG and Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) Indigenous Affairs and Public Administration: Can’t we d...