Posts Tagged “rsa”

“Central government is basically a publishing house.”

by Stephen Tall on February 17, 2014

Here’s a telling excerpt from Matthew Taylor’s – Tony Blair’s head of strategy, now chief executive of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) – blog-post on public service reform: Observance of Chatham House rules requires me to protect the source (…)

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My conversation with Eliane Glaser at the RSA on de-spinning party conferences

by Stephen Tall on November 6, 2012

I recently chaired an event at the RSA, How to De-Spin a Party Conference, with Eliane Glaser — whose book Get Real I reviewed here yesterday. I interviewed Eliane following her talk – you can hear our 12 minute conversation (…)

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This is what I’m reading tonight…

by Stephen Tall on October 10, 2012

And here’s why: How to De-Spin a Party Conference 11th Oct 2012; 13:00 RSA Thursday What does ‘spin’ look like in an age of transparency? In an age of online democracy and people power, politicians hold down-to-earth press conferences in (…)

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