Category Archives: governance
NOT the same as Government
When should you make your business or community issue political? “Never” is the answer from which you should start.
I enjoy freaking out my friends by telling them I like Peta Credlin, formerly Tony Abbott’s Chief of Staff. Genuinely, I think she was a woman treated unfairly, that she was smart, tough and capable. Her politics, sure, were an issue.
Now she’s spoken about gender …
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On January 31, 2015, Queensland’s Liberal National Party lost State Government by a small margin, after having taken Government in 2012 with a record swing and a huge majority in the Queensland parliament.
Today the LNP released their review of what went wrong for them, and you can download it here …
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The new Northern Territory Labor Shadow Cabinet announced today by Territory Opposition Leader Michael Gunner includes a new portfolio of Open and Transparent Government*, to be held by the Opposition Leader himself.
Michael might be a bit unknown to those outside the Territory, even though he has a very good chance to be the next Chief Minister. You can learn a bit about him …
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One problem with Australian politics – and most UK and US politics too – is most Party leaders* are sales staff, not business development managers.
They’re after the quick business/quick sales so that their sales cycle numbers – the next election – look good, but it is at the expense of long-term customer acquisition:
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There’s a new book coming out in June, called Your Strategy Needs a Strategy: How to Choose and Execute the Right Approach. In anticipation, one of the authors has been laying out some of the book’s core propositions in a series of LinkedIn articles.
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If you’ve ever watched the filling of Cabinet advisor jobs after an election, you would be aghast: across all political parties, narrow networks, factional partisans, warlord loyalists, mates of mates, and the staff from the previous (losing) Government of the same Party, are usually the principal sources of political advisors.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has insisted on a new way:
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