This Research Insights Paper is one of a series commissioned through ANZSOG by the 2019 Independent Review of the Australian Public Service, to inform the Review’s deliberations.
It is widely acknowledged that the APS does not have a systematic approach to high-quality evaluation of policies that allows it to learn from success and failure. This paper looks at the reasons for this and outlines way to improve the APS’s evaluation capabilities.
TITLE: Evaluating and Learning from Failure and Success: An ANZSOG Research Paper for the Australian Public Service Review Panel
AUTHORS: J. Rob Bray, Matthew Gray, Paul ‘t Hart
SERIES: ANZSOG Research Insights
DATE: March 2019
PUBLISHER: Australia and New Zealand School of Government
CITATION: Bray, J.Rob, Matthew Gray, and Paul ‘t Hart. Evaluating and Learning from Failure
and Success: An ANZSOG Research Paper for the Australian Public Service Review
Panel: ANZSOG Research Insights No. 2. Melbourne: Australia and New Zealand
School of Government, March 2019
- Published Date: 1 March 2019