Northumbria University have launched a new MSc Strategic Leadership for Public Services.
Brexit poses a particular challenge to Scottish universities given the particular importance of EU funding, EU students and EU staff.
The Public Policy and Public Management (3PM) Research Interest Group at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, are hosting a research seminar series over this coming academic semester. The seminars will bring some of the top scholars of public policy and administration to Newcastle to discuss their latest research. Each of the seminars is listed below.Continue reading “3PM Research Seminar Series 2019”
I have a PhD bursary available on this topic. The research will commence in October 2019 and is funded for three years. Do get in touch if you would like more information. There is growing interest in ideas of Public Leadership (Dickinson et al. 2018; Brookes and Grint 2010; t’Hart 2014) and the Strategic StateContinue reading “Strategic Leadership for Public Services – The Impact and Legacy of the Strategic State in Scotland”
Community empowerment need shared resources, shared strategy and shared accountability to be successful.
Good morning everyone and thank you for coming to the JUC Centenary Event. I am Ian Elliott and I’m Vice-Chair of the JUC. I am standing in today for Sam Baron, our Chair, who unfortunately couldn’t make it. The first meeting of the JUC was in London 100 years ago. To mark this milestone weContinue reading “JUC Centenary Event – Opening Address 18 October 2018”
We need people who care. So sign up now, invite others, and let’s set the agenda for the next 100 years.
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This post first appeared on the QMU website: https://www.qmu.ac.uk/study-here/student-stories/steven-mccabe-master-of-public-adminstration-20180518/ I was looking for a course that would build on my previous qualifications and work experience, as well as increase my understanding of the issues facing public sector professionals and how to best overcome these and deliver high quality public services. This was part of myContinue reading “Interview with Steven McCabe, Master of Public Administration (MPA) student.”
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