Alternative metrics for public services

During the social indicator trend of the 1970’s, specifically in the US government, ‘Choices of indicators were not selected explicitly to address defined policy objectives, nor were they linked to policy proposals in areas where there was a public commitment to action. Indicators were not designed to characterize issues narrowly or to evaluate policies. The […]

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Let’s try this again

Oh dear. My regular blogging schedule went right out the window during a series of Quite Serious Life Events over the winter. But in amongst some unsettling stuff some really fantastic things were happening too. So in an attempt to catch you up and kick off my blogging efforts (again) I’ll break some things down. […]

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