Power to Persuade Symposium

Friday, August 17, 2018 - 09:30 to 17:00
Leighton Hall John Niland Scientia Building UNSW Kensington Campus
Sydney NSW
Australia
Description

Big data & small government? The future of social services

KEYNOTE 1:

How and why are the capability needs of the public sector being reshaped? David Schmidtchen, EY

PANEL 1:

What are the future capabilities for the public sector workforce?

Helen Dickinson, Public Service Research Group, UNSW Canberra

Maria Katsonis, Victorian Public Service

Amanda Pagan, Brotherhood of St Laurence

KEYNOTE 2:

Problematising current trends in public policy. Susan Goodwin, University of Sydney

PANEL 2:

Changing nature of the workforce & workforce regulation

Lauren Solomon, Consumer Policy Research Centre

Peter Whiteford, Crawford School, Australian National University

Lucy Poole, Digital Transformations Office, Australian Government

PANEL 3:

Market stewardship: An emerging capability gap 

David Heatley, New Zealand Productivity Commission

Alison McClelland, Former Productivity Commissioner

Gordon Duff, National Disability Services

Gemma Carey, Centre for Social Impact UNSW

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ENTRY: full $220 / Student $110

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