Civil servants are individually and collectively approaching an ethical challenge. That would be dangerous territory at the best of times, but it is made doubly so by the fact that vanishingly few of them have spotted that there is a challenge at all. There is a resounding silence of leadership on the most fundamental challenge […]
Be nice. Be grateful. And be intolerant of everything which should not be tolerated.
Government digital blogging has sharply decreased, and entire blogs are moribund. That prompts three questions: what’s actually happened, does it matter – and is the data carrying a slightly different message?
Relentlessness is a necessity and a strength in making change happen. A day at Govcamp is a powerful demonstration of relentlessness in action.
Should law which results in the creation of new public administrative systems receive different parliamentary scrutiny from law which doesn’t?
Don’t have a digital strategy, execute your strategy digitally Jørgen vig Knudstorp, quoted by Janet Hughes Past aphorisms are collected on the aphorism archive page
Things have been a bit quiet round here for a while. The list of posts which have been started continues to lengthen. The list of posts which have been finished and published remains rather stuck.
Worldly wisdom teaches that it is better for reputation to fail conventionally than to succeed unconventionally.
You’re not asking the users to be creative on your behalf, your job is to be inspired by their lives and their situation.
There is surely nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency what should not be done at all.