How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? And webinar 14 October 2021, 5pm AEDT

How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services? 15 OCT 2019 Karen Gardner, Sue Olney, Luke Craven, Deborah Blackman PUBLISHER Public Service Research Group (UNSW Canberra)

How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services?

Not sure how I missed this:

How can systems thinking enhance stewardship of public services?

15 OCT 2019Karen GardnerSue OlneyLuke CravenDeborah BlackmanPUBLISHERPublic Service Research Group (UNSW Canberra)

And upcoming one in a series of webinars:

System stewardship is emerging as a new way of thinking about the role of government.

14 October 2021 | 5pm – 6.15pm AEDT


Described as “a new way of working that allows governments and their agents to effectively influence and steward systems from which outcomes emerge”, system stewardship is seen as being critical to contemporary public service practice. But what does it mean and look like in practice?

Join this conversation to explore the concept of system stewardship, and how to encourage more of it within and across government agencies, so that our systems work to serve the people who they are supposed to benefit.

Speakers:

  • Toby Lowe (Visiting Professor in Public Management at the Centre for Public Impact)
  • Lynn Mumford (Director of Development and Strategic Partnerships, Mayday Trust)
  • Kym Peake (Former Secretary, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services)
  • Lil Anderson (Chief Executive of Te Arawhiti – the Office for Māori Crown Relations)

Facilitated by: