‘Regulations and the regulators overseeing them should be aiming to support and incentivise desirable behaviours by all those involved’ – Mark Dean

A registered Prince 2 practitioner, chartered fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development and CMI member with MBTI and TMSDI accreditation, ex-senior civil servant and learning professional Mark Dean has a history of involvement in leadership, diversity and equality learning that dates back to 1998. Mark has both led and contributed to leadership programmes for Read more about ‘Regulations and the regulators overseeing them should be aiming to support and incentivise desirable behaviours by all those involved’ – Mark Dean[…]

‘Regulations should be flexible to reflect their environment both technically and economically…’- Alan Thomson

As part of our agenda on regulation and regulatory affairs, we spoke with the brilliant Alan Thomson on the topic of regulation, in the context of the water industry specifically. Named one of the top 25 global leaders by Water and Waste International in 2016, Alan has significant experience at a senior level as a Read more about ‘Regulations should be flexible to reflect their environment both technically and economically…’- Alan Thomson[…]

‘Advanced economies [have] a huge advantage in shaping the regulatory system to serve their own purposes’ – Julius Sen

To launch our new interview series, we interviewed Julius Sen on the topic of ‘Better Regulation for Better Results’. Holding almost 30 years of experience in the Indian civil service, Julius is a graduate of Carleton University, Canada, holds an MSc from the London School of Economics (LSE), and is an Honorary Professor of Public Administration as Read more about ‘Advanced economies [have] a huge advantage in shaping the regulatory system to serve their own purposes’ – Julius Sen[…]