Conference

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19 November 2014 to 20 November 2014
Mecure Canberra

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Don’t miss your chance to hear from Australia’s top regulation reform representatives!

Time and time again we hear people speak of the need for transformative change across progressing regulatory reform – but they rarely offer any answers on how to achieve this.

 

Tackling the big issues one-by-one, you will hear from institutions that have successfully initiated change and embedded new practices. Read more

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7 August 2014 to 8 August 2014
Macs Function Centre

The IPANZ New Professionals Conference 2014 in Wellington, will provide a platform to explore navigation of change in the global and New Zealand context as a new professional.

This will involve thinking about how New Zealand has responded to global change and trends, what the future public sector and its employees will look like.Read more

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27 August 2014 to 28 August 2014
The Grand Hyatt

This year’s Jobs Australia National Conference will focus on the issues affecting the survival of community sector organisations which are facing the challenges of marketisation, competition and restructuring.

The program will offer CEOs, senior managers and board members the tools and strategies necessary to enable you to cope with change, make sound business decisions, and understand the nature of future financing arrangements.Read more

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11 November 2014 to 12 November 2014
Rydges Melbourne

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Don’t miss your chance to hear from Australia’s top social sector representatives!

Time and time again we hear people speak of the need for transformative change across the social sector – but they rarely offer any answers on how to achieve this.

Tackling the big issues one-by-one, you will hear from institutions that have successfully initiated change and embedded new practices. Read more

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3 July 2014 to 4 July 2014
The University of Melbourne

Insights from Australia’s leaders in business, politics and academia
Economic and Social Outlook Conference

Thursday 3 and Friday 4 July 2014 at The University of Melbourne

Access the latest thinking of our political leaders and from Australia’s most eminent academic and business experts. Including presentations from Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey, Labor leader Bill Shorten and treasury spokesman Chris Bowen, along with ministers, senior public officials and leading academics.Read more

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16 September 2014
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

Bookings are now open for the third annual Power to Persuade Symposium . This interactive forum engages leaders in government, academics and the community sector to discuss how to create better social policy.

The theme for this year’s forum is working across sectors to improve policy design, implementation and outcomes through focus on practical strategies for building cross-sector relationships and understanding.Read more

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24 September 2014 to 25 September 2014
Canberra Rex Hotel

Opening up government to data & its insight
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In light of the recent National Commission of Audit and Federal Budget priorities around driving efficiency and productivity improvements across all areas of Commonwealth, data analytics has been highlighted as key priority for the Abbott Government.

 

The name of the game now is to move from a risk adverse government culture, where data analytics is minimal, to one that is strategic, data driven and commercially focused.

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26 August 2014 to 27 August 2014
Mecure Sydney Hotel

Working together for community impact
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Place-based approaches have emerged as the best way to tackle deep community disadvantage.

Taking a place-based approach isn’t easy though. It requires effective collaboration, coordination, community engagement, shared measurement and, of course, funding.

But, when it comes to community outcomes, it is well worth the effort.Read more

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20 June 2014 to 21 June 2014
University of Melbourne, 185 Pelham St, Carlton.

In a world where there is increasing inequality within and between countries, the C20’s primary aim is to ensure people are put at the centre of G20 decision-making.Read more

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19 September 2014
State Library of Victoria

 

HLI/HLA Joint Conference 2014

WHEN: Friday September 19th, 2014.

WHAT: The joint collaboration between HLI">http://www.hlinc.org.au/> (Health Libraries Inc.) and HLA ">https://www.alia.org.au/groups/HLA> (Health Libraries Australia, the national ALIA health group) is both the context and the theme for the day....Read more