Category: System Renewal

It is almost ten years since the publication of one of my best books (I have to say this myself!). It was called Toward the Setting…

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I found myself carrying out a small experiment at the Radix fringe meeting on Monday at the Lib Dem conference in Bournemouth. It rather confirmed…

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I am sitting in a conference listening to a presentation by Luc Tissot, the current CEO of the Tissot watch company in Switzerland. He points…

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The year 1992 saw the start of the new-look European Union and the Maastricht treaty which created it. It was also the year of an…

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Don’t let’s carp about the way that government has developed in the UK – there is no doubt that, in two ways in particular, they…

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They all wanted a change from what they were doing. They wanted to be more useful. “I’d like to leave something better behind me than…

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As I usually do this time of year, I have been leading seminars with some of the annual crop of Darzi fellows, the cadre of…

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For many it’s a disappointment. Some have no doubt heaved a sigh of relief that nothing very substantive is going to change. This week the…

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I always listen to the actor Adrian Dunbar. Partly because he shaped my favourite film (Hear My Song) and partly because he is exactly my…

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Isn’t it about time we did something to sort out the education system – a system that is failing so many youngsters and failing our…

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By chance, last week, I watched a recording of Robin Cook’s resignation speech in the House of Commons. It was during the Iraq debate in…

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It was 1975 when consultants at Arthur D Little promised that, within a few short years, technology would deliver the paperless office. We all know…

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