Tag Archives: leadership

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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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Towards Effective Corporate Communications: Let Your Engineers do the Talking – For engineers, replace with any front line public sector worker! John Naughton on The Waste Land app – Great … Continue reading

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The networked public servant

** Update – if you want to know how to network well, Mary has a great guide ** One of the most popular books about the social media powered digital revolution is Groundswell, by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. Published … Continue reading

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Open Leadership

Am reading an excellent book at the moment – Open Leadership by Charlene Li. Fans of dead-tree web 2.0 reading will be familiar with Groundswell, which Li co-authored and was chock-full of interesting case studies – mostly from the US … Continue reading

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Why chief executives should blog

I was delighted to have the opportunity to interview Mark Lloyd, Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire County Council, recently. Since taking up his post, Mark has written a prolific internal blog about his work at the Council to inform and engage … Continue reading

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