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Do we still have typing pools?: Why culture trumps technology even social media

Dan Slee posted an interesting and provocative post with predictions about the future of social media in local government. http://danslee.wordpress.com/2011/12/30/epic-change-12-predictions-in-digital-in-local-government-for-2012/  I thought I would give my response and my prediction at the end. Overall, I tend to agree with him … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Time: the other side of open data

I came across the following reference to time within the retail sector and it made me consider how local government, or any business, thinks about time. An old saying in the retail industry is that: ‘If information is available monthly, … Continue reading

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Does social media lead to better performance or better customer service? Is it shaping those cultures or revealing them?

Does the use of social media inside an organisation or externally create better performance or better customer service? The argument is that social media improves a company’s financial position by improving its reputation through increased external customer service and improved … Continue reading

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