How Futures Thinking can illuminate policy design - by Paul Ashton Policymakers strive to establish future-focused policies that set the pathway and conditions for a better future and society. However, developing policy that effectively considers a realistic future state is often easier said than done. Many organisations both public [...]
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Delivering Public Value through Active Benefits Management - by Christine McPaul Public sector organizations at all levels face the challenge of delivering public value from the investment decisions taken to deliver government policies. Every decision to allocate government funds, whether through grants allocation or through developing infrastructure to improve [...]
Simple Steps to Cultivate Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace - by Sara Wilson In one of my first professional roles, I listened to a talk on diversity and inclusion that really resonated with me. The speaker was promoting an internal initiative, adding LGBTIQ support pins to profiles. This [...]
Space Technologies Insights Paper – Emerging Disruptive Technology Assessment Noetic presents the Space Technologies Insights Paper, in partnership with the Defence Science and Technology (DST), the Department of Defence agency responsible for leading the development of Defence technological capabilities. This Insights Paper explores key themes relating to recent and [...]
3 Tips to Successful Workshop Facilitation - by Michelle Todd When confronted with the challenge of workshop facilitation, many us will coalesce around our trusty advisor (i.e. our laptops) and start typing into our preferred browser: “Best way to facilitate a workshop” “Top tips for managing workshops” “How long [...]
Critical Infrastructure Protection: Policy & Security Insights What does senior leadership look like in times of crisis? How do organisations navigate out of scale events? And what does that look like when these events are so infrequent or novel that they defy a standard response? These are the questions that [...]
Change Leadership for Equality - by Liana Dobson This year’s International Women's Day campaign theme is #BalanceforBetter. The theme focuses on building a gender-balanced world and according to the IWD website, “from grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where [...]
Build an Inclusive Workplace - by Madeleine Long Many business and government leaders have made diversity and inclusion a key talking point with employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders and the media. However, while there is a reasonable level of awareness in many organizations, the ground realities are [...]
Recognizing the Contribution of Veterans - by Andrew Balmaks When Peter Murphy and I started Noetic, we recognized the contribution veterans could make both back into Defense and more broadly to government departments and agencies. We saw the lived experience, knowledge and skills veterans brought to [...]
Identifying Mentors and Avoiding Gender-based Bias - by Michelle Todd A senior woman once told me, “you really need to find a male and female mentor. A male will give you the practical knowledge and skills to be the leader you need to be, and a [...]