The delivery of public value is a key measure for the public sector, requiring the management capability and the opportunity to create it.
So you may have watched our short video introducing the QUTeX HealthCare Partnership Team but we thought a more detailed write-up might be of interest. Okay, truth is, we couldn’t get everything we wanted to say into a ’30 seconds each’ piece to camera!
The Honourable Tony Abbott, former Australian Prime Minister speaks to the participants of the QUT Public Sector Management Program on the idea of the public good, his achievements as Prime Minister and Australia’s place on the world stage.
Connie and Julia were enthusiastic and inquisitive participants in the program, bringing charisma and a positive mindset into each session. We recently reconnected with Connie and Julia where they reflected on their influences and experience in the program.
We live in extraordinary times. Never before in the history of humankind, have we experienced such rapid change.
Standing for public office is for those ‘crazy-brave few’ of us who are optimistic about the ability of politics to make a difference for our planet, your community or the economy.
Sally Dillon was already running in the 2020 Brisbane City Council elections when we opened applications to sponsor aspiring women politicians to attend QUT’s first Pathways to Politics for Women program. One of 16 successful applicants, Sally shares with us her experiences of the program, and what she took away from it.
Western Downs Regional Council (WDRC) recognised that they needed some help to tackle future-orientated problems. They were looking to upskill their staff in a rapid way, to think more innovatively, and to commence developing a coaching culture for leadership. But where do you start?
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.
I was sitting at a table way in the back of the Great Hall at Parliament House when a gentleman sat next to me and introduced himself: David Pryce, Deputy Director-General Access Canberra. It did not take long to find common ground which was the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP).