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The power of leading our great places

18th May 2017

This weeks blog is brought to you by our  Executive Chairman @swannphil This mashup of the titles of four initiatives that Shared Intelligence has been involved in over the last few months gives a flavour of just how important the concept of place has become. These initiatives cover a range of policy areas including culture and heritage, collaboration between councils and universities, the focus of health and wellbeing boards and action stimulate innovation in public services, especially around prevention and early intervention. Place also featured strongly in Theresa May’s green paper on the emerging industrial strategy. And the public accounts committee recently said that place-based planning was “critical” to the ...Read More

A new trend in online community engagement?

20th April 2017

A guest blog by @EthanOhs on starting an online community of practice I remember first coming across the 90:9:1 rule around 2008. At the time the organisation I was working for was building their own online community. As the recession of 2008 took its toll and restructuring occurred I found myself learning about online communities and supporting a colleague as he started ours. In my mind our online community was doomed from the start – largely because there wasn’t a good reason for people to log on and interact. In the years that have followed I have often advised other organisations to avoid building or creating separate web platforms to ...Read More

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