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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 →
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 →
The Canadian government has shared their – somewhat lengthy – “Guideline for External Use of Web 2.0″ online. Well worth checking out if you are designing your own organisation’s policy on this stuff.
One of the more popular things I have written is the guide to using Twitter in the public sector, published by my good friends at Learning Pool. It was first produce a couple of years ago and was due an … Continue reading →
Today I gave a talk at the CIPR public services communications conference. In case they are handy, here are the slides: Getting digital engagement right View more presentations from Kind of Digital.