Courage and Freedom to Fail: Innovation, Risk and Outcomes in Public Life
Keywords:Decision-Making, Public Service, Global Access Partners, Second Track
Australia needs new institutions and techniques to reduce the risks of courageous decision-making in politics and the public service and encourage progress and reform. Global Access Partners’ director of research Olga Bodrova recaps the ideas of one of GAP’s most forward-thinking taskforces.
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