You don't need to think about it. In fact, it helps not to think about it. But local election turn-outs in the UK are low. People are disengaged from politics. More people vote for Britain's Got Talent than in European elections. It's easier to vote for Britain's Got Talent, we can do it in total security with our phones. Which is how we do everything else. So why do we have to go all the way to the local church hall and pencil a cross on a piece of paper to vote in general elections?
Thursday, 9 July 2015
Why did Steven Cox include those quotations in his 6 July 2015 blog post, A welcome disruption? And who is he?
“Every industry and business constantly needs to adapt its internal processes and governance to accommodate digital disruption. We are no different in government.”
- Mike Bracken, GDS Blog 14 March 2013
In blogs, interviews and articles during Mike Bracken’s time at the helm of GDS, the theme of disruption has been at the heart of the GDS approach to government ...
As Mike Bracken said in Civil Service World in February this year “be innovative, experimental, and disruptive” ...
Posted by David Moss at 03:04