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Jun 20
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The COVID crisis has forced rapid advances in how governments think:  how they observe; make sense of patterns; use models and plan big interventions.   

They've had to make use of data of all kinds; draw on complex scientific advice; and mobilise local ingenuity - all while maintaining public trust.  Some have risen to the tasks much better than others. 

So what could the lessons mean for the future of government?  Are we in the midst of a revolution in government cognition and if so what does this mean for roles, skills and methods?

Join us for a conversation with Geoff Mulgan Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation and Aaron Maniam, Deputy Secretary in the Singapore Government, moderated by Sam Hannah-Rankin, Exec Director in the Victorian Public Sector.

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Geoff Mulgan
Geoff Mulgan CBE is Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation at University College London (UCL). Prior to that he was Chief Executive of Nesta, the UK's innovation foundation between 2011 and the end of 2019. Between 1997 and 2004 Geoff had roles in the UK government including director of the Government's Strategy Unit.
Aaron Maniam
Aaron’s current work at MCI involves overseeing policy on the digital economy, building societal digital literacy, digital regulation and public sector broadcasting in a digital age. He is currently completing a PhD at the Blavatnik School, which involves a comparative study of the digital transformation of public sector agencies in Estonia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Sam Hannah-Rankin
Sam works at the heart of one of Australia’s most innovative jurisdictions and wants to shift public servants’ views of their own ability to innovate. She is responsible for a broader range of activities and functions to accelerate innovation across the Victorian public sector.
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