Should robots replace public servants?

Crawford School of Public Policy |
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Event details


Date & time

Tuesday 06 November 2018


Weston Theatre, Level 1, Crawford Building #132, 1 Lennox Crossing, ANU


Professor Mari Velonaki, Professor Donald Moynihan, Charles McHardie and Associate Professor Helen Dickinson


Maya Bhandari and Cherry Zheng

In a globalised, digitised and networked world, what will public services look like and what kind of public service will we need?

Join Crawford School of Public Policy at the ANU and the Public Service Research Group at UNSW for a panel discussion launching Reimagining the Future Public Service Workforce.

Drawing on contributions from leading academics and practitioners in Australia and the UK context, this book aims to re-imagine the public service workforce and the roles, competencies and skills required. The book explores how a re-imagined public service workforce might be designed, and the recruitment and development strategies required to realise it.

Co-hosted by Crawford School Director, Professor Helen Sullivan and Director of the Public Service Research Group, Associate Professor Helen Dickinson.

This event will be livestreamed on Facebook at 5.45pm AEST.

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