Most watchers of government might have suspected that restructures and redundancies were used to quietly get rid of the worst performers. Some have se
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The 2nd annual Public Sector Forum will take place at the PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney, on 20 and 21 June 2017, with the theme of “Leadership in Action”. More than 30 public sector leaders from across Australia and around the globe will share their expertise with the nation’s senior public servants.
Some of the highlights expected for the 2017 event include:
Other speakers confirmed for the event include Sandy Pitcher, CEO, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources; Judi Childs, Head of Public Sector Management, Workforce Capability and Governance and Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate – ACT Government; Colin Fairweather, Chief Information Officer, City of Melbourne; Jeremy Moon, Director, NSW Data Analytics Centre; Michael Vanderheide, Chief Executive, CenITex; and Richard Mackey, Director of Strategic Research, Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
A list of further speakers and a full programme will be released shortly on the Public Sector Forum website. For more information about the event, or to register, visit publicsectorforum.com.au or call Connect Events on (02) 8004 8590. Early bird registrations end on 5 May 2017.
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Most watchers of government might have suspected that restructures and redundancies were used to quietly get rid of the worst performers. Some have seen it first hand. Now, it's official.