If it isn’t broken, why fix it? (New patterns in government)

These are the slides from my PublicSphere presentation yesterday:

BTW There is a great column in the UK’s Independent newspaper by Headshift’s Lee Bryant about “rebooting Britain” that reflects some of the points I made around the need to understand the potential for Government 2.0 from a different viewpoint, which naturally drives us towards a different approach to the way government and the community work together.

UPDATE: You’ll find more notes about my presentation on the Headshift Australasia blog. Video recordings from the event are now available too.

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