If we really want to get more people to engage with councils and governments on the important topics, then we need to shake up engagement. Let’s apply a McDonalds or a Woollies / Coles / Aldi approach to public engagement projects and this is what you might do:...
innovation in engagement
In working across innovation, digital economies and smart city work across the country, here are 5 key insights.
Funny thing about creativity and innovation, it doesn’t usually happen unless you change the way you’ve been working.
I remember the first time I met the Spectrum. I was at a pub one night (truthfully – ok it was an IAP2 networking event when there were less than 100 members in Australasia). And it was love at first sight.
Sit long enough in a boardroom and the inevitable discussion emerges as out how to create greater competitive advantage.
Fifteen years ago, community engagement was a fringe profession; the domain of a few passionate experts. Cynics described engagement as a fad.
From climate change to new planning schemes and earthquake recovery, take a sneak peek into the latest projects at Articulous.
The 1990s spawned an industry of leadership coaches, focused to a large part on how to build leaders who could build a vision and then share that vision with staff.
Ah, January. A time for making New Year’s Resolutions. February – a time for breaking them!
If you want to make a New Year’s Work Resolution that will make your working year simpler, and a resolution you’re likely to stick to, then consider one of these: