Sir Bill Taylor
Can we embrace notions of consensus around principles that we can agree we can share?
I’ve not really been following the news a great deal recently. I’ve been travelling
How does the private/public/3rd sector Trinity operate in the new economic environment?
What we’ve just witnessed weren’t “justifiable” riots but looting, pilfering, wanton aggression & violence, writes Sir Bill Taylor.
What if we have just embarked upon a huge and possibly irreversible eradication of the investment in our public services?
There is change ahead. We have to face up to it and try to shape it into opportunity.
I wouldn’t want to go back to being a local councillor. It’s pretty thankless, time consuming task
The public, private and 3rd sectors have always co-habited quite happily together, with the occasional tiff often over where the line between them should be drawn, if indeed it should.
Seven weeks after the General Election…Like the riders in the Grand National, they’re definitely off
For those of us designing, delivering & developing modern public services, in a democratic environment, the next few months/years will not be easy.
Pro-active management seems better to me than waiting for the crisis to multiply & mutate?
In Blackburn with Darwen, where the journey to Total Place began back in the 1980s, we can now strike out the ‘Designate’ as we go live with our brand new organisation:- Our NHS Care Trust+!
If we are committed to the concept, pursuit, attainment & development of Total Place, what will that mean for us all?
It’s not how many times you get knocked down that matters…it’s how many times you get up!
Blogger Bill Taylor would say that, wouldn’t he? He’s the chair after all
Today’s average age for a councillor is 58.3 - a significant increase since 10 years ago when it was 55.4!