The traditional role of public policy and management has changed fundamentally at the local, state, federal and global levels. The era of government jurisdiction based on separate and autonomous entities has been replaced with an inter-governmental and inter-sectoral network of industry, regulators, special interest groups and individual citizens. This decentralised, networked, oversight system coupled with the complexity and uncertainty of newly reformed markets has given new meaning to 'chaos theory'. Everything seems in motion. And change, in its extreme form, has become the overriding theme.