Tag Archives: engagement

From ivory tower to the real seat of power?

After a short break, we are firing up the Sociable Organisation blog with updates about new ways of thinking and exploring more sociable ways of working. We start with a post by Matt Lund, who works in the council’s consultation and … Continue reading

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Always people first

I’ve learned that if you wait until something is perfect, it won’t be; not for everyone anyway. The delay will probably have had a detrimental effect on what you were trying to do. So I had an idea and put … Continue reading

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Social Media – So What ?

In the latest post on the sociable organisation blog, Ian Street tells the story of how @recoveryleeds was created and what difference it has made so far. From my perspective, working with Leeds City Council, ‘So What?’ was often the response … Continue reading

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Talking Heads

Talking heads is the new section on the main menu of this blog where stories will be told of how people have or are changing how they work so that it is more social. They may be using new tools or changing … Continue reading

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Let’s get sociable – where it all started

BBC4 ran a series called ‘The year the Town Hall shrank’; a moving documentary about how Stoke on Trent Council made the first year of required cuts to services. Nobody wants to make cuts to services. Nobody wants to be on … Continue reading

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