Blog Article Collection

Messiness - A Driver for Change Published on September 18th, 2009

“We can’t go out to the community with something this messy!”I’ve heard this statement, or something similar, many times. In recent months I have been working on a large, long … Continue reading »

Follow- up ... Online Engagement the Presidential Way Published on September 20th, 2009

I’ve just followed up the previous blog about President Obama’s on-line programs, and the program manager, Macon Phillips. A quick web search has taken me to a “Linked-in” page … Continue reading »

Online Engagement the Presidential Way Published on September 20th, 2009

Communication, transparency, participation: As concepts they are always inspiring, and perhaps doubly so when in the context of the relationship between a government and its people, which is exactly w … Continue reading »

Citizens' Parliament - A Facilitator's Reflection Published on September 20th, 2009

Almost two weeks after the Citizen’s Parliament I am now able to reflect on the experience.  Why couldn’t I do so earlier? Because of an unexpected side effect of four intensive days … Continue reading »

Outrage and Emotion in San Diego Published on September 21st, 2009

Who would have thought that a gathering of level headed engagement practitioners would become three days of outrage. This is exactly what I experienced last week as one of the first people in the Worl … Continue reading »
I’m just back from a brief skiing holiday in Alaska, and while there was able to deliver some training to about 65 engineers at the Municipality of Anchorage. These were both internal engineerin … Continue reading »
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