Cases

Not in my backyard: drones, privacy and regulatory gaps 2018-196.1

Authors: Marinella Padula
Published Date: 16 February 2018
Author Institution: ANZSOG
Product Type: One-part case
News & Media

Governments shouldn't be so hasty in declaring victory on wages policy

  • Published Date: 15 February 2018
By John Wanna - Research Director, ANZSOG and ANU. Interestingly, the long term trend in wages policy is that Labor tends to adopt formal policies (as it is now doing) only to see wages fall under it...
News & Media

ANZSOG Case Study: how the 2014 Federal Budget unravelled

  • Published Date: 14 February 2018
The 2014 Federal Budget was one of the most controversial in recent history. Then Prime Minister Tony Abbott and his Treasurer Joe Hockey announced significant spending cuts to try and steer the budge...
Research

Singular memory or institutional memories? Toward a dynamic approach

Authors: Jack Corbett, Dennis Grube, Heather Lovell, Rodney Scott
Format: Journal Article
Published Date: 14 February 2018
Abstract The ability of the civil service to act as a reservoir of institutional memory is central to the pragmatic task of governing. But there is a growing body of scholarship that suggests the bur...
News & Media

Ken Smith: We won’t Close the Gap without changing how we work with Indigenous communities

  • Published Date: 13 February 2018
Speech by ANZSOG Dean and CEO Ken Smith at an Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity panel, on the release on the 10th annual Closing the Gap Report, in Canberra 12 February 2018 I would like to recognis...
News & Media

Public value or profits? Why I chose a career in the public sector

  • Published Date: 12 February 2018
Andrew Nicholls has always been interested in public value, not private profit. That’s why he joined the NSW public service in 1985, and began a long and varied career which saw him awarded a Public...
News & Media

Taking the pulse of the NDIS

  • Published Date: 09 February 2018
In a recent episode of Professor Glyn Davis’ (VC University of Melbourne and ANZSOG Research Committee Chair) podcast The Policy Shop, Bruce Bonyhady (former Chair of the National Disability Insuran...
News & Media

Making the leap to interagency collaboration

  • Published Date: 08 February 2018
An ANZSOG-funded project with the Brotherhood of St Laurence has produced a how-to guide for collaborative commissioning in interagency partnerships. The Making the Leap guide will be a helpful resou...
Research

Making the leap: A practical guide to inter-agency collaboration

Authors: Danielle Thornton, David Bryant and Shelley Mallett
Published Date: 08 February 2018
Summary Government and community-sector agencies have an equal stake in producing better social services. Many novel policy ideas have come to government from the not-for-profit sector, and there is ...
Research

‘You don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone’: The implications of expanding the use of robots in care services

Authors: Helen Dickinson, Nicole Carey, Catherine Smith, Gemma Carey
Published Date: 06 February 2018
An ANZSOG-funded research project is exploring the increasing use of robots in care services to replace or complement the roles of humans. In this article, the team of researchers explores some of the...
News & Media

Scholarship opportunity: Behaviour change scholarship to examine ANZSOG’s impact on public service

  • Published Date: 06 February 2018
ANZSOG is partnering with Monash University to offer a PhD scholarship investigating the impact of executive education in the public service. Monash University’s Graduate Research Industry Partners...
Cases

The Hard Sell: Australia’s 2014 Budget (A) 2018-197.1

Authors: Marinella Padula
Published Date: 06 February 2018
Author Institution: ANZSOG
Product Type: Part A