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Mark Smethurst, the NSW State Emergency Services (SES) Commissioner, has offered his resignation follow allegations of misconduct.
The head of Australia's radiation agency is sticking around. Plus Commonwealth executive promotions, including a Health deputy secretary, and a call-out for women to apply…
By Rosa Pavanelli
Women's access to social protection, gender-responsive quality public services and infrastructure is now a priority of the international community.
By Karen Gardner
Primary health networks are intended to improve services at the local level, but recent events suggest political ideology may be lurking behind some matters of…
By Kylie Bourne
Lessons are there to be learned when it comes to emerging practices and mitigation of risks associated with poorly designed public procurement policies.
For International Women’s Day, Senator Marise Payne spoke to a packed Great Hall at Parliament House this week on women in public sector leadership, drawing…
By Luca Belgiorno-Nettis
A small Belgian city tries out a new governance system that gives 25 Average Joes and Josephines decision-making influence on the management of important social…
By Colin Boldra
As we look to the future and the skills of leaders required to take us there, leaders need to prioritise, say and measure the capabilities…
By Michael Pratt
Customer-centric leadership is the key to managing through all kinds of challenges, writes the Secretary of NSW Treasury. Four self-development principles are the gateway to…
By Barry Hart
Disagreement over the the Murray-Darling Basin Plan and spuriously scientific analysis of fish kills does not mean that the MDBA was wrong, writes one of…
By Brenton Prosser
The rising trend of medicalising human and social behaviours has been attributed to the medical profession's cultural authority and the pharmaceutical industry's substantial direct marketing.
By Sax Institute
A landmark study led by the Sax Institute has revealed a new way forward in helping health policy agencies build their capacity to use research…
By Mark McGowan
By setting these targets, my government will be held to account on its performance. We are ready to meet this challenge.
By Christopher Niesche
To take part in the digital economy, you need internet access and a credit or debit card. Some people lack at least one of the…
By Scott Hamilton & Stuart Kells
Water provides many examples of how politics can get in the way of good policy, and how Australia’s federal system sometimes supports and sometimes derails…
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