Guest Lecture: John Benington - Leadership, Governance and Public Value in an Age of Austerity
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|Date/Time||Wed 8 Feb 2012, 1:30pm-3:00pm|
|Location||Level 5, The Treasury, 1 The Terrace|
Ellen Shields, firstname.lastname@example.org, by Thursday 2 February 2012.
Presentation material for John Benington's lecture 'Leadership, Governance and Public Value in an Age of Austerity', presented at the Treasury on 8 February 2012.
|24 Jan 2012||The Treasury||Flyer||tgls-benington.pdf (125 KB)|
|24 Jan 2012||The Treasury||Abstract||tgls-benington-abstract.pdf (100 KB)|
|9 Feb 2012||The Treasury||Slides||tgls-benington-slides.pdf (3323 KB)|
John is Emeritus Professor at Warwick University, where for over 20 years he led Warwick Business School's research, development and teaching work in the fields of public policy and management, including the setting up of the Institute of Governance and Public Management, the Local Government Research Centre, the Warwick MPA and the Masters and Diploma Programmes in Public Leadership and Management. John also has 20 years prior experience of senior management in the public and voluntary sectors.
He has been an adviser to the Governments of the UK, South Africa, Sierra Leone, and Southern Sudan. He has been a non executive member of the Board of the UK's National School of Government (formerly the Civil Service College), and a member of the Sunningdale Institute which forms part of the National School. His research and publications are on public value, networked governance, public leadership and community and economic development.