The ANZSOG Case Program
Excellence in teaching and learning is central to ANZSOG's mission, and case study-based teaching central to ANZSOG's flagship programmes and shorter courses. At ANZSOG, discussion-led teaching draws on recent, cross-jurisdictional experience from two nations that, arguably, moved further and faster than others in public sector reform.
ANZSOG's case studies are all set in the public sector, and cover topics including accountability and governance, co-production, change and innovation, collaboration and partnerships, risk management and regulation, with a number of cases dealing with human resource management, and the management of information technology and knowledge.
Most cases recount events from the past ten to fifteen years. The library includes single- and multi-part cases, many of which can be used for a variety of teaching purposes. ANZSOG cases are concise, lively and engaging, and an active window on current public sector practice in the southern hemisphere. Case development is strongly supported by the participating governments, and case writers have unprecedented access to free and frank recall of recent, often controversial, events.
About The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government was founded in 2003 to provide high-calibre learning and development opportunities for the public sector leaders of the future. ANZSOG is a consortium that includes the government of New Zealand, the Commonwealth and all State governments of Australia, and sixteen partner universities.
The ANZSOG Case Program, established in 2004, now has over 115 cases in its library, with new cases regularly being completed. The Program is designed to provide topical and relevant case studies on public sector issues for discussion by senior public sector managers in the ANZSOG region of Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.
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