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ANZSOG alum’s Spirit of Service recognised

  • Published Date: 17 September 2019
New Zealand’s annual Spirit of Service Awards have recognised the best and most innovative work of the country’s public sector, including an ANZSOG alum for his work in disability services reform....
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A field guide to spotting policy successes in the wild

  • Published Date: 17 September 2019
Like policy failures, policy successes are in the eye of the beholder. They are not mere facts but stories. To claim a public policy, program or project is a ‘success’ is effectively an act of int...
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How to use technology to develop intelligent regulation

  • Published Date: 13 September 2019
How can regulators use technology to tackle the problems caused by shrinking resources and growing expectations? The answer is to become ‘intelligent regulators’ using technology to gather more in...
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Economic independence through Indigenous art in Australia’s far north

  • Published Date: 06 September 2019
Economic self-determination through art and culture can be empowering, but for some remote communities, it can be difficult to achieve. Carissa Lee Godwin, Editor, APO’s First Peoples & Public P...
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The challenge of policy coordination

  • Published Date: 04 September 2019
Policy coordination is an age old challenge for government. As the problems confronting governments have become more complex, effective coordination is even more critical. But there are limits on coor...
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Damien Fleming pitches in to boost ties with Indian public servants

  • Published Date: 02 September 2019
Senior Indian public servants visited Melbourne’s iconic MCG as part of ANZSOG’s 2019 India Advanced Leadership Program, aimed at strengthening relations between Indian, Australia and New Zealand....
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How Australia can restore its ‘success mojo’

  • Published Date: 29 August 2019
Public managers need to think boldly if they are to return Australia to its tradition of being a global innovator in policy, according to an ANZSOG-curated panel of experts. The discussion – ‘Has...
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John Deeble Lecture: Professor Nigel Edwards to explore health policy reform

  • Published Date: 29 August 2019
Professor Nigel Edwards will examine the challenges and obstacles to making good health policy in the inaugural John Deeble Lecture in October. Professor Edwards, CEO of independent British health th...
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Women leaders nominated for ANZSOG/ Women’s Agenda public sector award

  • Published Date: 22 August 2019
Five women leaders from the public sector have made the shortlist of nominees for the ANZSOG/ Women’s Agenda Emerging Female Leader in the Government and Public Sector Award. The award, sponsored b...
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Collaborating for policy success in Aotearoa-New Zealand

  • Published Date: 22 August 2019
Better collaboration between agencies and with Māori communities are keys to future policy success, speakers have told an ANZSOG event. The ANZSOG Thought Leadership event in Wellington followed the...
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How to increase the relevance and use of social and behavioural science

  • Published Date: 21 August 2019
A post on the London School of Economics Impact Blog outlined why it is unrealistic for academic research to drive policy change. Yet social and behavioural research can help solve real world problems...
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Aurora Project: ANZSOG seeking applicants for Indigenous internship

  • Published Date: 20 August 2019
ANZSOG is seeking Indigenous applicants as part of the Aurora Project, which provides hands-on experience and insight into working in the Indigenous sector in Australia. ANZSOG has registered as a ho...