State of Change senior executive master class series
The State of Change master class series aims to provide a methodological framework to tackle the complexities of change within the NSW Public Sector.
State of Change consists of two executive master classes aimed at Directors General, CEOs, Deputy DGs and SES officers in the NSW Public Service. The master classes will provide you with the opportunity to engage in peer discussions about the challenges you are facing and the solutions you and your colleagues are exploring.
The highly successful 2009 and 2010 series both saw participants commenting that the event was very relevant to their interests, very useful for their career and that they would recommend IPAA NSW offer similar master classes in the future.
As part of the benefits of State of Change, we list some relevant reports below.
IBM Global CEO Study (2008).
IBM Global CEO Study (2010).
IBM. Making change work (2008)
AHRI (2010). people@work/2020 - The future of work and the changing workplace: Challenges and issues for Australian HR practitioners.
Dr Andre Taylor (2008). Leadership in sustainable urban water management: an investigation of the champion phenomenon within Australian water agencies.
Dr Andre Taylor (2010). Sustainable urban water management : the champion phenomenon.
Mary Uhl-Bien on Complexity leadership theory.
Robert Fulghum, All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten.
Jean Giono, The man who planted trees. (Book)
Jean Giono, The man who planted trees. (Video)