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Achieving the successful delivery of public good by means of policy intervention is one of the primary rationales for the existence of the civil service and the wider public service. Public good underpins and even defines the ethos of a civil service dedicated to supporting the public in a way that the private business sector cannot do. The concept of public good beyond standard Value for Money criteria is a key element of this ethos. This seminar will analyse the practicalities of delivering this concept in the real world. It will look in highly practical terms at ways in which policies that are based on these ideals can actually be developed, implemented and successfully delivered. The seminar will focus on approaches and methodologies that can be taken in order to address these challenges effectively, providing practical frameworks that can be used in a variety of distinct contexts and cultures.
8 July 2021
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27 February 2021