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”
Find out about our new bursary to study the Scottish Approach to Public Services.
We are hosting a FREE Research Seminar Series for anyone with an interest in public service. Sign up now via Eventbrite to reserve your place.
So much current public administration research and practice involves collaboration – it would be a nonsense if we didn’t practise what we preach!
Stuart Duncan graduated in 2010. Here he reflects on the value of postgraduate study at QMU.
My personal reflections on choosing to study a PhD.
“Through the MPA, I’m looking to gain a greater knowledge of public administration and to be challenged academically”.
I’ve recently been elected as Chair of the learned society for public administration. Find out more about this new role here.
On Monday I was in Cardiff for a celebratory lunch, hosted by Academi Wales, to recognise the achievement of graduates from the PgCert Public Services Governance programme. Below is a copy of my talk: Public Services Governance – Graduation Thank you to Academi Wales for inviting me to give this short talk. It’s greatContinue reading “Public Services Governance Graduates 2014”
I was recently asked by a student to provide a brief account of the advantages and disadvantages of applying lean management systems in the delivery of public services. This is my quick attempt at a brief answer! First of all, what is Lean Management? This is actually a rather difficult question as terms such asContinue reading “Lean Public Services”