News & Media

Joint ANZSOG, Monash University PhD Scholarships open now for behaviour change projects

  • Published Date: 20 September 2017
ANZSOG is partnering with Monash University on two ‘live’ behaviour change PhD projects to commence in 2018. The Monash Graduate Research Industry Partnership (GRIP) is offering 18 behaviour chan...
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Measuring public value in the 21st century: learn how with Mark Moore

  • Published Date: 14 September 2017
In two decades the concept of ‘public value’ has become widely known across the public sector as a way of understanding the unique role of government and the unique benefits it can provide to comm...
Research

Growing National Prosperity: Government's role in the 21st century

Format: Book
Published Date: 11 September 2017
  Against the backdrop of extensive public sector cutbacks, and the wider fiscal and economic challenges facing governments, this Occasional Paper considers how governments can best support the ...
News & Media

'Lean' in public services: Looking at streamlining New Zealand's public sector

  • Published Date: 07 September 2017
In straitened times, ‘lean’ has become a popular approach to public service reform around the world. Which government wouldn’t enthusiastically embrace a methodology which promises to maintain s...
News & Media

Six ANZSOG partner universities in world’s top 100

  • Published Date: 07 September 2017
The latest Times Higher Education rankings of world universities has placed six of ANZSOG’s Australian partner universities in the world’s 100 best. Australia is well represented in the rankings,...
News & Media

Innovative remand centre tender lifts public sector standards

  • Published Date: 05 September 2017
Making public sector services contestable does not necessarily mean they will be contracted out, and the contestability process itself can work to improve the capacity of the public sector. On the 14...
News & Media

Game of Thrones and the underbelly of policy advice

  • Authors: Catherine Althaus, David Threlfall
  • Published Date: 05 September 2017
Spoilers ahead from Season 1 through Season 7. There is a world of difference between the Westminster system and the monarchical traditions of Westeros. Yet the dilemmas facing advisers in Game of Th...
News & Media

Which Game of Thrones leader are you?

  • Authors: Catherine Althaus, David Threlfall
  • Published Date: 05 September 2017
Season 7 has just reached a dramatic climax, and the game of thrones is poised for more intrigue in 2018. The long winter may have come for Westeros but sadly the long wait is all we can look forward ...
News & Media

Professor John Alford Farewelled

  • Published Date: 30 August 2017
Retiring ANZSOG Professor of Public Sector Management John Alford has been farewelled at a function in Melbourne on August 22 that recognised his unique contribution to ANZSOG, the field of public man...
News & Media

ANZSOG boosts research to $1.5 million with Professor Glyn Davis AC to chair research committee

  • Published Date: 30 August 2017
ANZSOG has announced it will significantly expand its research program to better reflect its role as Australia’s leading school of public administration. It will work more closely with partner gove...
News & Media

Ex-ministers tell ANZSOG students how politics really works

  • Published Date: 24 August 2017
How often do public servants get a real, unvarnished insight into how their ministers think and how politics really impacts on the policy and advisory work of agencies? ANZSOG’s Policy and Program ...
News & Media

Communicating with impact: Presentations that influence

  • Published Date: 24 August 2017
There’s a certain process for developing a presentation, and it goes something like this: Step 1: Figure out what your main point is; e.g. the message that you want to get across to your audience ...