2017 Espresso Series: International Perspectives China

Inaugural Series

Events - 6 Apr 2017

This short, sharp, morning session, was the third of four sessions in our inaugural Espresso series.

The session explored what the public administration system / policy environment of China looks like. The presenters looked at how this system works, its structure, strengths and weaknesses and issues affecting the direction in which it is heading. 

Where you may often look to similar jurisdictions such as the UK, NZ and Canada for inspiration there is much to be learnt from the dissimilar services operating elsewhere. 

Series Facilitator

Dominique Mecoy
Director Client Services
Metropolitan Cemeteries Board

Meet the facilitator

Facilitator Bio
Dominique’s career spans over 20 years working for both federal and state government agencies, with a range of experiences in elite sport, science, food industry development, zoos and currently cemeteries. She likes diversity.

She holds an Executive Masters in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Arts with triple major in French, German and English,  is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Leadership WA. Mecoy was recently named the Leadership WA Distinguished Fellow for 2016, which acknowledges leaders who have shown exceptional levels of leadership and community contribution.

Speakers

Professor David Gilchrist
Visiting Professor and Research Chief Investigator at Hebei GEO University, Peoples’ Republic of China

Ms Lili Pan
Executive Vice-President, Australia China Business Council

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