Gov 2.0, social media, social innovation, citizen engagement. All demand creativity and perseverance. We all have our creative slumps. I try and get over mine by going for a walk up Mount Rogers (Canberra). Due for one this weekend.
What do you do to recover the creative spark?
Added by steve davies on April 28, 2010 at 8:49am —
Could public sector unions be doing more to help public servants to engage online? Read more
Regardless of whether they are members or not.
Added by steve davies on April 19, 2010 at 8:03pm —
OK I'm biased given the time I spent working in the N.T. But, the Nothern Territory Public Sector has always been quite innovative. It all goes back the work done on the Public Service Act and sector wide leadership and management development in the early 90s.
To put that in perspective the NTPS shifted to a framework act in the early 90s whereas the APS did not until 1999. I was lucky enough to be involved in some of the work associated with that - a lot of energy and… Continue
Added by steve davies on April 18, 2010 at 11:37am —
Canada to revamp Federal Public Service. Our collegues in Canada naturally handle reform differently. This seems very refreshing. A solid workplace based approachhttp://www.ottawacitizen.com/mobile/iphone/story.html?id=2788628
Added by steve davies on April 13, 2010 at 1:06pm —
Check out the Beginner's Guide
courtesy of AGIMO. And thanks to Craig Thomler of eGov AU
How good is this?
Added by steve davies on April 12, 2010 at 8:00pm —
a friend of ours from Govloop made an interesting comment about the Ahead of the Game Report.
"Bringing any "blueprint to life" is usually a daunting task and much of the reason for this lies with the degree of leadership support for truly changing the culture (not just tinkering around the edges). One of the phrases that captured my imagination some time ago was from the British film "Us Now", about… Continue
Added by steve davies on April 11, 2010 at 2:00pm —