Guest speaker, the Hon Tony Abbott AC, former Prime Minister of Australia, discusses his notable achievements and explores the topic of Public Value and the Future of Public Policy for Australia this session of the Public Sector Management discussion series.
Many believe that study toward an academic qualification is something beyond their capabilities. They think university study will be too hard and something they can’t fit in around their busy work roles. This was true of Bronwyn Morris, Program Services Coordinator, here at the Graduate School of Business, QUT. The flexibility of the Enterprise Leadership program helped Bronwyn to ease into university study and achieve her dream.
Please let me introduce David Lucas. David works with Queensland Ambulance Service and is responsible for the leadership capability development framework. He has a background in organisational development…
One of the great ‘needs’ of all organisations, regardless of size, structure, location, industry and classification, is to understand the value delivery system. These matters, whether the organisation’s…
When the Australian Army was looking to ensure that their workforce was future-ready, they recognised the need to provide Australian soldiers with an intellectual advantage. QUT became a major contributor to this process when in mid-April 2020 it was announced that the Graduate School of Business/QUTeX was successful in winning the contract for the first year of development of COVE+.
After 6 months, with second phase outbreaks occurring around the world, and ‘no end in sight’, it is timely to reflect on some aspects of the current pandemic from a systems and complexity perspective.
In this episode of the QUT ExecInsights podcast, The Honourable Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia speaks about his achievements in public office, the importance of cooperative federalism and why a professional public service is vital to a high functioning nation.
In Australia, women are under-represented across all levels of politics despite their proven ability as leaders and their right to participate equally in democratic governance. The QUT Pathways to Politics program is taking on that challenge.
In this short video, Dr Peter Beven wraps up the key takeaways from the event. Our thanks goes to all the panelists, facilitators and participants who helped to make this event so insightful and inspirational.
In times of crisis, ethical outcomes require systems thinking. The growing complexity of the world around us has increasingly required our leaders to hold two seemingly contradictory ideas in mind at the same time.