Hosted by CIS Research Fellow, Glenn Fahey. In this webinar, Glenn spoke with Peter Achterstraat AM, the inaugural NSW Commissioner for Productivity. Peter has recently launched a Green Paper, titled Continuing the productivity discussion.
In these especially challenging economic times, productivity-enhancing reforms are needed more than ever. In Peter’s Green Paper, he highlights why investing in the knowledge and capabilities of individuals is foundational to sustaining economic prosperity. Reforms to all sectors of education have the potential to more efficiently and effectively deliver outcomes and prepare individuals for the demands of the modern workforce.