Conduct and the public sector – it’s all about trust
In December 2019, the Australian Election Study found that voters’ trust in government had reached its lowest level on record with just 25% of Australians believing that people in government can be trusted to do the right thing, while three quarters believed that ‘people in government are looking after themselves’.
Transforming government post–COVID-19
How flipping orthodoxies can reinvent government operating models
Governments around the world are beginning to reopen not only their economies but their own offices and operations. However, governments shouldn’t strive to go back to business as usual.