18
Nov 19

5 Most Important Security Measures For Government When Choosing a Platform

Author:Tim Tran

When it comes to deciding what platform or service you want to use, making the right choice can be a hard decision. There are a number of things to consider during the purchasing process such as costs, the reliability of the platform, where your data is held, its features and more. If you work in … Continue reading 5 Most Important Security Measures For Government When Choosing a Platform

30
Sep 19

ICCPM Special Offer

Author:Tim Tran

ICCPM Special Offer 25% Off Individual Memberships 2020 will be a big year for the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM). We are working toward the release of the new Complex Project Leader Competency Standards, preparing for the 2020 International Roundtable Series, and have a great program of training opportunities. Stay ahead of the … Continue reading ICCPM Special Offer

27
Feb 19

The evolution of the regulatory environment

Author:Tim Tran

With an increase in assertiveness from major regulators such as ASIC & ACCC, more so than ever in today’s environment, corporate entities need to ensure their relationships with regulators are strong and transparent. We asked Judilyn Beaumont, Executive Manager, Legal – Insurance & Marketplace Suncorp Group about her experience working with the regulators and how … Continue reading The evolution of the regulatory environment

01
Feb 19

GDPR and Beyond – Navigating Privacy Compliance in a Global World

Author:Tim Tran

GDPR – Impact on Australian Organisations The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect on 25 May 2018 started an awakening of the fundamental need to respect the rights and freedoms of all individuals and protect their personal data from unauthorised collect, use, and distribution. The GDPR influenced a wave of … Continue reading GDPR and Beyond – Navigating Privacy Compliance in a Global World

07
Jan 19

Dealing with regulators – what is your approach?

Author:Tim Tran

Major corporate regulators such as ASIC and the ACCC are setting a heightened regulatory environment across corporate Australia. Operating within a royal-commission environment as well as one driven by political and community action and constantly changing regulation, the need for compliance and transparency in dealing with regulators is paramount. A trusted, constructive relationship with key … Continue reading Dealing with regulators – what is your approach?

01
Nov 18

Applying behavioural insights – Case studies

Author:Tim Tran

Professor Michael Hiscox of the Harvard School of Government shares some case examples that form part of his Behavioural Insights and Public Policy program. These examples demonstrate the use and evaluation of behavioural interventions and help us understand and apply similar interventions to new policy problems. Policy Issue (Welfare/Education): How to improve take up of … Continue reading Applying behavioural insights – Case studies

18
Oct 18

Six principles to advance behavioural economics in government

Author:Tim Tran

It’s one thing to understand the theory behind behavioural insights, but knowing how to design a behavioural intervention and then test and apply that intervention in a meaningful way to a specific policy problem is where more advanced knowledge and practice is still developing. Behavioural insights is being broadly applied across government but the skill … Continue reading Six principles to advance behavioural economics in government

25
Sep 18

Managing Risk in Organisations – LSE comes to Sydney

Author:Tim Tran

 Risk pervades all aspects of organisational life, therefore understanding and leading risk contributes to enhancing individual and organisational performance. By examining psychological and sociological approaches to understanding risk, new insights to risk management practices can be applied within global organisations.  In this Managing Risk in Organisations Executive Forum, attendees will examine how human architecture influences … Continue reading Managing Risk in Organisations – LSE comes to Sydney