Having a culture that engages, motivates and encourages all employees is an important objective for most workplaces.
Roles in public purpose work contribute to the betterment of a community or society, and that purpose is what attracts so many of us and gives us job satisfaction.
The successful implementation of SAFe® (Scaled Agile Framework) at the Department of Human Services Business Transformation Branch (BTB) achieved some great outcomes for customers making claims, and the staff who manage and process them.
Keen to join IPAA Queensland but haven’t gotten around to it yet? Now is the time to join! Join by Friday 2nd August and enjoy a full years membership and an individual ticket for our upcoming Annual Forum for only $450.
IPAA Queensland is pleased to invite you and your colleagues to participate in our upcoming Annual Forum – “Delivering public purpose work in the next economy” – taking place on Thursday 8 August 2019 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and in regional locations across the state.
Dr Angus Hervey, from Future Crunch, shared a number of insights and positive news to contribute to our daily ‘Information Diet’ at IPAA Queensland’s recent Chief Executives and Young Professionals Breakfast event this year.
Over the past few months, IPAA Queensland has been delighted to share content about a wide range of public purpose topics with you.
Being adaptable and leaning in to servant leadership – pearls of wisdom from Rachel Hunter At IPAA Queensland’s most recent ‘Stewards on the Couch’ event with Director-General of the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Rachel Hunter, she discussed a range of topics about her career journey with journalist Madonna King.
Deloitte 2019 Global Human Capital Trends Report Leading the Social Enterprise: Reinvent with a Human Focus An IPAA Queensland summary IPAA Queensland is delighted to present a short summary of the latest edition of Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report.