Power to Persuade Symposium 2018: big data, small government?

Big data and small government? The future of social services

Keynote 1: How and why are the capability needs of the public sector being reshaped? 
Panel 1: What are the future capabilities for the public sector workforce?

Keynote 2: Problematising current trends in public policy
Panel 2: Changing nat ure of the workforce & workforce regulation
Panel 3: Market stewardship: an emerging capability gap

Speakers include:

  • David Schmidtchen, EY
  • Helen Dickinson, Public Service Research Group, UNSW Canberra
  • Maria Katsonis, Victorian Public Service
  • Amanda Pagan, Brotherhood of St Laurence
  • Susan Goodwin, University of Sydney
  • Lauren Solomon, Consumer Policy Research Centre
  • Peter Whiteford, Crawford School, Australian National University
  • Lucy Poole, Digital Transformations Office, Australian Government
  • David Heatley, New Zealand Productivity Commision
  • Alison McClelland, Former Productivity Commissioner
  • Gordon Duff, National Disability Services
  • Gemma Carey, Centre for Social Impact UNSW

Date: Friday 17 August 2018

Time: 9:30 am to 5 pm

Venue: Tyree Room and Alumni Terrace, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW, Kensington

Dress: Business

Full registration: $220

Student registration: $110

Group registration (3 for 2): $440

Enquiries: (02) 6268 8074

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