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RegTech: the good, the bad and the seriously scary - 19 August 2021

For further reading:  pdf RegTech: the good, the bad and the seriously scary: responses to unanswered questions on sli.do (178 KB)  ( document word version (32 KB) ), Ethics checklist for data scientistsThe Automated StateEurope fit for the Digital Age: EU Commission proposes new rules and actions for excellence and trust in Artificial Intelligence

Learning from success? Doing safety differently - 21 July 2021

For further reading:  pdf From Safety I to Safety II, a White Paper by Hollnagel, Wears & Braithwaite (2015) (1.91 MB)

Is regulatory failure a good teacher? - 15 July 2021

  • Facilitator: Simon Corden

  • Speaker 1: Bronwyn Weir

  • Speaker 2: David Chandler OAM

For further reading:  pdf Is regulatory failure a good teacher?: responses to unanswered questions on sli.do (387 KB)  ( document word version (338 KB) ), Building Confidence (Shergold/Weir report)Case study: The house with no piers

Complain, complain, complain: how complaints can (and should) change regulatory practice - 22 June 2021

For further reading: pdf Complain, complain, complain: responses to unanswered questions on sli.do (176 KB)  ( document word version (30 KB) ), SOCAP Australia (The Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals)

Regulatory stewardship: why and how the Kiwis manage regulation as an asset - 26 May 2021

For further reading:   pdf Regulatory Stewardship: responses to unanswered questions on sli.do (197 KB)  ( document word version (30 KB) )

Taking a new look at old tools:  registering, licensing, permitting, accrediting, certifying and so many more - 13 May 2021

For further reading:   pdf A new look at old tools: responses to unanswered questions on sli.do (208 KB)  ( document word version (28 KB) )

The struggle to regulate integrity: money and politics

For further reading: pdf Reflections on Regulating integrity (151 KB)

‘Regulatory capability’: what does it mean and how do we acquire it? - 23 March 2021

For further reading pdf Reflections on the Regulatory capability webinar (166 KB)

Learning to be virtual regulators: inspection and compliance in the age of COVID - 4 March 2021

Telling our story to the community: why good Comms matter – 11 February 2021

Regulatory frameworks - 28 January 2021

 

Read the NRCoP six-monthly report to corporate members - December 2020

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Regulating unreason - 15 December 2020

For further reading pdf Misinformation and news quality on digital platforms in Australia - ACMA (1.10 MB)

Consumers and markets in the digital age: the ACCC and the platforms – 1 December 2020

For further reading: Digital platforms inquiry - final report | ACCC

Using behavioural science at the bad end of town – 17 November 2020

Final slides

For further reading:

Fundamentals of regulatory design - 27 October 2020

Facilitated conversation: Regulatory Laggards - 20 October

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Defining and measuring our public value – 13 October 2020

Measuring public value, from Maria Katsonis

Measuring public value, from BehaviourWorks

Facilitated conversation: Compliance in a crisis - 22 September

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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One space, many regulators - 8 September 2020

  • Facilitator: Simon Corden
  • Speaker 1: Rose Webb
  • Speaker 2: Tracy Mackey
  • Speaker 3: Simon Cohen

Facilitated conversation: Windows of opportunity - 25 August 2020

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

Read the recap

Regulation, trust and social licence - 11 August 2020

Bias by design: When the design, implementation and enforcement of rules creates disadvantage - 28 July 2020

Inside/outside: The pros and cons of the independent versus the departmental regulator, and does it matter? - 14 July 2020

  • Facilitator: Fran Thorn
  • Speaker 1: Professor Peter Shergold AC
  • Speaker 2: Professor Graeme Samuel AC

What would culturally responsive regulation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations look like? - 30 June 2020

  • Facilitator: Janet Schorer
  • Speaker 1: Brendan Thomas
  • Speaker 2. Phillip Brooks
  • Speaker 3: Simone Jackson

RegX: Achieving regulatory excellence - 16 June 2020

How do we know we’re good at what we do?: Measuring regulatory performance - 2 June 2020

Why do people comply? COVID-19 compliance behaviours in international and local perspective - 26 May 2020

Regulating the professions: What could possibly go wrong? - 19 May 2020

Learning to be better regulators: The G-Reg journey - 5 May 2020

Regulating at the border - 21 April 2020

Regulating the Population - 7 April 2020

  • Facilitator: Pauline Ireland
  • Speaker 1: Dr. Michael Eburn
  • Speaker 2: Professor Cameron Stewart

Edition 17, October 2021
Modern-day blacksmithing: equipping our people with RegTech tools
By Anne Lenz from Brisbane Council

Edition 16, September 2021
Regulating lobbying in Australia: Three steps for reform
By Dr Yee-Fui Ng, Associate Professor at Monash University and Deputy Director of Australian Justice and Innovation

Edition 15, August 2021
Getting to Fair – bringing down barriers to access essential services
Dr John Hamill, CEO of Victorian Essential Services Commission

Edition 14, July 2021
Implementing a problem-centric approach
By Alice Turnbull from NOPSEMA (National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority)

Edition 13, June 2021
‘Red tape’ and ‘beige tape’: what are they and why do they matter?
By Adam Beaumont, Director at With Purpose Consulting

Edition 12, May 2021
Regulatory capability – reflecting on what make a ‘good regulator’
By Jarrod Cowley-Grimmond, Senior executive with the Queensland Government

Edition 11, April 2021
What can we learn from the regulation of sport?
By Eric Windholz, Senor Lecturer and Associate with Monash Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies

Edition 10, March 2021
Regulatory Excellence
By Eric Kimmel, Director of Rocky Mountain Solution in NSW

Edition 9, February 2021
“What’s in a name?” Does knowing you’re a regulator make a difference?
By Arie Freiberg, Professor at Monash Law School

Edition 8, December 2020
Performance reporting by regulators – are we measuring and reporting what matters?
By Daniel Boardman Manager of Strategic Planning and Performance with EPA Victoria

Edition 7, November 2020
Regulatory stewardship: virtue, mechanism, or both?
By Professor Jeroen van der Heijden and Rebecca Foley

Edition 6, October 2020
The role of artificial intelligence in regulatory decision-making
By Scott Wheeler, Director of Economic Strategy Division NSW Treasury

Edition 5, September 2020
Regulation, trust and the professions
By Roxane Marcelle-Shaw, CEO, Professional Standards Authority

Edition 4, August 2020
Three steps for regulators to embrace behavioural science
By Professor Liam Smith, Director BehaviourWorks Australia

Edition 3, July 2020
Good design leads to great digitisation for regulators
By Cassandra Meagher, executive director service reform at Service Victoria

Edition 2, June 2020
Covid-19 and compliance: what makes people stick to the rules?
By Monica Pfeffer, Director of Practitioner engagement, ANZSOG

Edition 1, May 2020
Guest Editorial: Learning to be better regulators: The importance of training and development
By Dr Grant Pink from RECAP Consultants

Opinion

Modern-day blacksmithing: equipping our people with RegTech tools

Published Date: 07 October 2021
This guest editorial was written for the ANZSOG/National Regulators Community of practice monthly newsletter, highlighting new additions to the...

Opinion

Regulating Lobbying in Australia: Three Steps for Reform

Published Date: 10 September 2021
This guest editorial was written for the ANZSOG/National Regulators Community of practice monthly newsletter, highlighting new additions to the ...

Opinion

Getting to Fair: bringing down barriers to access essential services

Published Date: 06 August 2021
This guest editorial was written for the ANZSOG/National Regulators Community of practice monthly newsletter, highlighting new additions to the R...

Opinion

Implementing a problem-centric approach

Published Date: 06 July 2021
This guest editorial was written for the ANZSOG/National Regulators Community of practice monthly newsletter, highlighting new additions to the R...