Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
Psychosocial safety is everyone’s right and everyone’s responsibility
Psychosocial hazards in the workplace such as harassment, bullying and poorly managed supervision and training can result in stress, burnout and worse. This article outlines some of the laws and organisational cultural changes that can help identify, assess and eliminate or mitigate psychosocial hazards and...
Building cultural intelligence to become a better regulator
This article discusses the evolving context in Australia and New Zealand that is beginning to prioritise culturally responsive learning to inform regulatory decisions and to make better public policy.
The key to regulatory communication success – putting people at the centre
This article discusses the important role for clear and professional communication in supporting the aims of good regulatory systems.
Guilty corporate minds: regulating corporate (mis) conduct
Enforcing good company behaviours and punishing corporate wrongdoings using laws designed to assess the intentions of individuals is fraught because corporate entities do not have minds. ‘Systems Intentionality’ seeks to offer a new, and workable, way to assess the intentions of a corporation.
The Government Regulatory Technology Report 2022: optimism meets barriers to progress
The use of technology by regulators has the potential to improve how regulators operate and how easily and or effectively those they regulate comply. This article discusses a new survey that reveals the degree to which regulators are adopting these technologies.