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Invitation to tender: Stimulus fund for service redesign | News | Open Data Institute
New funding from for UK public sector orgs to redesign services to be data-enabled. Deadline 22 Sept.
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Was asked for recommended reading on Srebrenica. Worth repeating, I hope.
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Welcome in West kensington anytime Rich 👍👍
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Imagine getting subtweeted by the fucking pope
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Shake up of working culture and practices recommended to reduce pay gaps | Equality and Human Rights Commission
Good to see report on disability as well as ethnic & gender pay gaps - need strategy & culture to tackle them all
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Under no circumstances should be allowed to see this
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Really striking and unusual representation of Stonehenge.
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Please do not share this thread on clear writing with any academics, or think-tanks are going to be out of a job.
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9 days ago
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Excellent if depressing read
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This is a great resource. On reading through it, the information and practical tool…
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Long read: analyses hospital data to consider whether the NHS will really need fewer beds in the future…
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More & more people get their news via websites or . Valuable insights by
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Our experimentation toolkit is full of top tips on how experimentation improves policy
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People of the West! (Or wherever.) I'm going, are you?
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15 days ago
Healthy eating after Brexit: a new Victorian diet? - RSA
What has 150 years of health progress achieved? For some, not very much. Provocative read.
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17 days ago
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If we want new results, we have to try new things. Insightful on team behaviour change by…
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A great read by from our event back in march exploring , with the excellent…
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I send them a bunch of questions back. If they can't answer those, it's a no.
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UK levels haven't changed in a quarter century. Time for a new approach. explains:…
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That they are the reality now is evidence of expedience dominating & a failure to offer real choice and ongoing in…
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Of all the stories written on Sept. 11, 2001, Kleinfield's was among the most chilling. Retiring after 40 years…
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This paper on long-term human capital outflows from the North of England, based on surname evidence, is fascinating…
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And another reading list for a child from David Copperfield (h/t ). Any more?
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Lovely evening for a (@ Regent's Park in London, Greater London)
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20 days ago
Justin | Regent's Park
Lovely evening for a (@ Regent's Park in London, Greater London)
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Maltida's reading list. I'm sure I've seen similar lists for kids by authors in other books but can't remember who…
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Bit of contrast with last weekends panorama courtesy of Skirrid mountain ..
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21 days ago
Charlie Gard: The Facts - Reaction
Charlie Gard - the facts. (Powerful, brilliant corrective by )
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Definitely passed the 'test': managing upwards, thinking strategically, being prepared to take a tough deci…
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Greater Manchester plans to tackle mental health systematically.
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Ach you're a wonderful man & one of the best, most ethical & knowledgeable journos I know. CC's in g…
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The challenge is not converting PDFs to HTML. The challenge is converting government from document-based publishing…
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Person centred approaches/competencies key to delivering individualised care and support for/with ppl living with…
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25 days ago
Tom Hazeldine: Revolt of the Rustbelt. New Left Review 105, May-June 2017.
This in is outstanding political-economic analysis of UK's political upheavals
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Team Oscar welcome any time you are in the vicinity of . We normally play on Sundays. We also support…
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27 days ago
What helped change to stick for frontline workers? – The Point People – Medium
What helped change to stick for frontline workers during the Systems Changers prog? ->
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27 days ago
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Ignorance and poor spelling: better together (an Obama-era classic)
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Higher trust between people is positively correlated with higher prosperity.

In our entry on trust we explain why…
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28 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/889009075228475393
Vital insights here on engaging policy makers. Particularly strong on the considerable limits of being rational and…
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Let everyone else worry about creating a 1-hit wonder.

Here are REAL NUMBERS behind creating something that sells…
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I've read and re-read this call to action twice now. Required reading re: 'demand management' in cardiac services.
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A significant report for anyone working in .
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Not having a written asthma action plan increases likelihood of hospitalisation FOUR FOLD
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To accelerate the spread & scale of change: the model for unleashing from the
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Need a wheelchair? Pay for it yourself | Society | The Guardian
NHS funding pressures need to be addressed so disabled people can access equipment that supports independent living:
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UnHerd.com | For readers who choose the important over the new.
Just filed my first illo for .. looking forward to it launching soon >>
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The greatest ever adaptation of an Austen novel celebrated in the TLS week.
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Abilene paradox - Wikipedia
For all our faults, remember that the EU is The Abilene Paradox operating at a national level:
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Been smiling all day at calm, collected parent that is you having 3 kids alone whilst you play educational…
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This looks like a treasure trove of data
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Avoiding The Iceberg of Organisational Change – Paul Taylor
Brill 'You can’t have a mass movement without the masses...to take back control: from the bottom up.'
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The greatest sitcom never made.
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Danse Macabre | The New Yorker
for those interested in the ongoing drama of the bolshoi, this superb '13 piece provides useful context
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3/3 and care planning - a cornerstone of support for people with long term conditions - remains marginal
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It all going a bit like...
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