Australia's overall productivity levels are low, and trending down. Read more to understand why the public sector is part of the solution to falling productivity.
The success of recent pandemic responses has proven that necessity can quickly lead to invention, adaption, and new ways of working. While pandemic-related restrictions are now being relaxed, many organisations face a new series of issues, which are often described as the great reset. Disruptions to the workforce, supply chains, talent pools, and revenue/funding streams … Continue reading The Great Reset – How Leaders are Adapting to Ongoing Disruptions
The world has looked on in horror as huge tracts of Australia have been destroyed by flames this summer. Australian TV news started to pay serious attention in early November 2019. As shocking video footage of huge firestorms emerged, the world started to notice and become alarmed, as ash started falling on New Zealand, and … Continue reading Australia’s bushfire crisis underlines need to shift gears, from crisis management to strategic response
On 1 July 2019, major reforms to the Australian aged care sector will come into effect. What’s Changing & Why Designed with the customer at the centre of services, recent reforms have seen the introduction of a single Charter of Aged Care Rights for all aged care recipients. In addition, the Federal government will provide … Continue reading The Single Aged Care Quality Framework, What every Board member needs to know
By and large, we expect to pay taxes, elect politicians, and abide by the laws of the day. In return we expect governments to deliver the services we want. Things like easy access to good quality education, inexpensive medical services, reliable water, transport, and help when floods or fires affect our communities. Which are all … Continue reading The demographic disaster facing public sector budgets