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

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News & Media

Public services need to invest in Indigenous leadership: ANZSOG CEO Ken Smith

Published Date: 15 November 2019
The following speech was delivered by ANZSOG Dean and CEO Ken Smith at the ANZSOG 2019 Senior Indigenous Public Servant Forum. The forum was held in C...

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A First Peoples approach to public policy: the lesson of the Black Swan

Published Date: 12 November 2019
By Aurora Milroy - Advisor, First Peoples Programs and Strategy, ANZSOG I am a Palyku woman from the Pilbara region of Western Au...

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Karen Doran: Embracing the concept of public value after time in the private sector

Published Date: 08 November 2019
 Karen Doran appreciates the importance of public value, particularly having moved from the private sector the public sector earlier in her caree...

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ANZSOG John Deeble Lecture: What can Australia learn from the UK’s NHS reforms?

Published Date: 07 November 2019
The 2019 John Deeble lecture has given health policy makers a first-hand account of the obstacles to health policy reform, what can be learnt from fai...