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Allison Hornery
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Co-founder and collaborateur > Cofluence
Co-founder and collaborateur > Cofluence

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Some public sector procurement food for thought from +Mark Headd 

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Good +TED talk by Ben Zander...insights on music, life & #leadership.  A few nuggets:
--A conductor doesn't make a sound, their job is to awaken possibilities in others.
-"It’s one of the characteristics of a leader that he not doubt for one moment the capacity of the people he’s leading to realize whatever he’s dreaming."

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Haven't yet mastered Prezi... but these 'keep it simple' suggestions are useful

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To coincide with the announcement that Australia has committed to join the OGP, we had a chat with Australia's federal Information Commissioner John McMillan about what it means to join the OGP, and the potential for collaboration within and between governments

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I had a great chat with +Ann Kempster about CommsCamp 2013, held recently in Birmingham in the UK.  Ann shares some interesting insights about why the unconference format works well for comms people

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As the +Knight Foundation counts down to the Monday deadline for submissions to their Open Gov News Challenge, we had a chat with John Bracken to find out how the first few weeks of the Challenge were progressing, and to ask for some tips for those still wishing to submit a project, or just make a contribution to the discussion.

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More great stuff from the City of Philadelphia

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The Knight Foundation has just launched its Open Government News Challenge today with an "inspiration phase" - we spoke earlier with Knight's Chris Sopher on +Gov 2.0 Radio about the Challenge, and its ambitions for better communication in support of Open Gov. If you're interested in the Challenge and are thinking of participating, it's worth a listen for some useful context.

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A great conversation, and a worthwhile report to read
New G2Rcast on #ediplomacy with Fergus Hanson from +Brookings Institution on how the +U.S. Department of State has infused the use of connective tech through all aspects of their mission in a whole-of-organization approach, from operational development through to public diplomacy.
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