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States of Change Feb 13
teams in the marketplace, presenting their projects alongside public servants, sharing learnings and connecting with the wider network of in 👏
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Co-design Lab Feb 14
Hey - we're recruiting! Passionate about helping grow capability? Have public, community or private sector experience? Fancy working on an new innovative programme ? We'd love to hear from you (fixed term Jun 2020)
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Nicole Barling-Luke Feb 13
Love these personas from project on innovation ecosystem in Gippsland Victoria. Visual representation of months+ of community engagement ❣️ well done team 👏👏👏. So many proud moments as this cohort approaches graduation 👩‍🎓
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Martin Stewart-Weeks Feb 13
"We need to remove the blinkers that working at break-neck pace can enforce upon us and get back to what real innovation is all about — cultivating a culture of enquiry, exploring with more open minds, slowing down and really thinking, really questioning"
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ThePolicyLab Feb 13
OOPS- 19 February
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ThePolicyLab Feb 13
Indeed, international family reunions!
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PA Theory Network Feb 12
Calling all students! We invite you to apply for our Theory Network Fellows program, which provides up to 12 students with fully paid registration to our annual conference, which will be held this year in Denver. See the attached for more details.
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ThePolicyLab Feb 13
Reminder, early bird closes 17 February for
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Jon Pierre Feb 11
David Osborne and Ted Gaebler's "Reinventing Government" from 1992 appears more relevant than ever.
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Inside Higher Ed Jan 23
Ghent University's new approach to faculty evaluation will focus less on quantitative metrics and will instead ask about goals and accomplishments
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ANZSOG Feb 6
Explore new thinking about leadership – how to lead change, influence and flourish – in an empowering workshop for women led by well-regarded leadership thinkers, Christine Nixon and Amanda Sinclair.
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Maria Katsonis Feb 7
Attenzione policy wonks: have you seen the The Drop, the new enews from and bridging the research policy gap. It’s free and you can subscribe here:
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IRSPM Feb 6
Have you sent in your RSVP for ? No need to pay your registration at this stage. But RSVPs lets the conference organisers get going on the giant task of creating the program. Thanks!
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Chris Noessel  🏳️‍🌈🤖 Feb 6
. helps understand what we really mean when we say “” (with or without the hashtag)
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APSA Australia Feb 5
Details of the APSA Conference 2019 can now be found here: . For full details, check out the official conference webpage here:
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ThePolicyLab Feb 6
Thanks for this great report!
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Dr Andrea Siodmok Feb 6
Be curious: This week we helped students pitch policy ideas in response to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. We have heard hundreds of pitches over the years so here's the tips for preparing a 2 minute presentation.
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Emma Blomkamp Feb 5
Good overview of the nascent field of public sector design here, from a NYC perspective
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Milica Begovic Feb 4
We are hiring 60 heads of exploration, 60 heads of experimentation and 60 heads of solution mapping - world's largest network for system's change. Come play with us! cc
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Michael Howlett Feb 4
2018 Lasswell Prize for Best Article in awarded to: Adam, Christian, Yves Steinebach, and Christoph Knill. “Neglected Challenges to Evidence-Based Policy-Making: The Problem of Policy Accumulation.” 51(3) (September 2018): 269–90.
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