In this dynamic five-day online workshop, Professor Malcolm Sparrow, former senior British Police Officer and Professor of the Practice of Public Management at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, will explain the complexity of social regulation, managing compliance, enforcing the law and security in a world that emphasises harm reduction and risk-control.
Develop a clearer understanding of the resources and authorisation needed to run effective risk-control, solve problems and manage compliance operations.
You will discuss current prescriptions for reform, such as customer service and process improvement, considering the regulatory task which values broader public purposes. You will discover how an agency can use innovative compliance tools without being ‘soft’.
What will you learn?
Over five days, Professor Sparrow’s workshop will include guest presentations, case studies and interactive discussion about the issues that challenge regulators.
Managing regulation, enforcement and compliance content will include:
- strategic public management
- defining mission and consequences for operational methods
- pressures for ‘better regulation’
- the risk-based regulator
- risk-control and measuring performance
- managing discretion
- different regulatory structures
- categories of risk and the implications for effective control
- choices and pragmatism in strategy and tactics
- tackling major risks
- implementation issues.
There will be a 1.5 hour introductory session held from 11am to 12.30pm (AEDT) on Wednesday 4 November.
From 9-13 November, each day will commence at 9.00 am (AEDT) (except Wednesday which will commence at 10am) and end at 2.00 pm (i.e. 5 hours each day), with an additional 1.5 hours from guest speakers on Tuesday and Wednesday (the 10th and 11th) from 2.30pm until 3.45pm.
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) is a global leader in education and government-focused research relevant to the public sector.
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Ticket Cost: $5,000 exGST