Steve davies's Blog – July 2011 Archive (4)

ACT Government : Social media intiatives

Last month our Chief Minister gave a public commitment to having the most open government in Australia.

It is good to see some practical activity taking place with the social media presence of the ACT Government now on a single web page

Having worked in small jurisdiction myself (Northern Territory Public Sector), I do know how agile such jurisdictions can be.

So let's keep an eye on developments in the… Continue

Added by steve davies on July 25, 2011 at 2:44pm — No Comments

Let's make innovation more inclusive

In Australia, similar to the United Kingdom, innovation tends to be seen a something that is carried out by business and government. By and large, social inclusion is left out of the mix. However, given the influence of social media - anyone can put their ideas 'out there'. It is no longer valid to leave social inclusion (and participation), out of the equation.
To some extent, we are witnessing the emergence of a more inclusive and democratic approach to innovation…

Added by steve davies on July 14, 2011 at 8:24pm — No Comments

Are Australian politicians really comfortable with Gov 2.0 and social media?

I thought a lot about this post. On the one hand it is political, on the other it is about how the community and politicians talk and listen to each other. The essence of Gov 2.0 if you will.


So my focus in this post is on the dynamic we have all witnessed. The politics and issues associated with the example I use - climate change and the proposed carbon tax - are being chased around the back garden by my…


Added by steve davies on July 8, 2011 at 12:30pm — 11 Comments

Get in the MIX : Management 2.0

I have very recently been talking to Michele Zanini of the Management information Exchange (MIX). The MIX is the brainchild of Professor Gary Hamel



Added by steve davies on July 3, 2011 at 5:28pm — 9 Comments

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