Monthly Archives: December 2011

Why senior managers need to lead online

I wrote a thing for the Guardian’s Public Leaders’ Network: The explosion in online innovation throughout public services is seeing more and more activity taking place on the net, whether via interactive websites, or mobile applications. Networks such as Twitter … Continue reading

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New Zealand government social media guidance

More examples of advice and guidance on using social media tools in government, this time from New Zealand. The first bit is the High Level Guidance, described as helping: organisations when they are trying to decide if they should use … Continue reading

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Open by default

Catherine Howe on the need for the organisations delivering public services to be open ones: I have an underlying belief, and often unstated, belief that there is need to look at how we transition large organisations within the public sector … Continue reading

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Online collaboration in the workplace – thoughts and concerns

I had a mixed day yesterday at the Online Information conference, which is excellently led by Steve Dale. The good bits were the sessions I attended and the chance to meet up with good friends, old and new. The less … Continue reading

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