Thought Leadership

Why governments should learn to listen and devolve power

Published Date: 22 June 2021
COVID-19 has led to a major debate about how governments respond to citizens, and how the innovations sparked by the necessity of a response to...

News & Media

How turn your public interest project from idea into reality: Professor Beth Noveck

Published Date: 28 July 2021
How can public servants become problem solvers, and spark innovation within the cautious world of the bureaucracy? US Professor Beth Noveck’s new ...

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Cases

Captaining a Team of 5 Million: New Zealand Beats Back COVID-19, March – June 2020

Version Date : 12 July 2021
Published Date: 12 July 2021
This case was originally published by the Princeton University Innovations for Successful Societies. To view the case in the Princeton University case...

Cases

Embracing Disruption: Transforming Western Australia's Land Agency, 2007–2017

Version Date : 12 July 2021
Published Date: 12 July 2021
This case was originally published by the Princeton University Innovations for Successful Societies. To view the case in the Princeton University case...

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News & Media

Te Hāpai Hāpori /Spirit of Service Award nominees announced

Published Date: 21 July 2021
Image: Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission Finalists for Aotearoa-New Zealand’s 2021 Te Hāpai Hāpori /Spirit of Service Awards have...

Research

Street-level bureaucrats and policy entrepreneurship: When implementers challenge policy design

Published Date: 27 July 2021
In the musical West Side Story, it was all about the tensions between rival street gangs the Sharks and the Jets. In the word of pu...

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Taking care of tomorrow today – New Zealand’s Long-term Insights Briefings

Published Date: 21 July 2021
The New Zealand Public Service Act passed last year requires government departments to produce regular long-term insights briefings. Sally Washingt...

Research

COVID-19: effective policymaking depends on trust in experts, politicians, and the public

Published Date: 13 July 2021
In a crisis, choices about who to trust or distrust could make a difference between life and death. Trust is necessary for cooperation, coordin...

News & Media

How leaders can become smarter at solving complex problems

Published Date: 16 July 2021
Why were the public and private sectors able to innovate quickly to respond to COVID-19, but unable to apply the same creativity to wicked social, ...

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Regulators

RegTech: the good, the bad and the seriously scary

Event Date : 19 August 2021
Location : Online

Regulators

Is regulatory failure a good teacher?

Event Date : 15 July 2021
Location : Online

Regulators

Learning from success? Doing safety differently

Event Date : 21 July 2021
Location : Online

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