It’s no longer enough to deliver Government and public sector how you want to deliver it, you need to be open and transparent and meet public expectations.
This episode, number 5 of the Public Sector Marketing Show, is inspired by former US President Barack Obama and we get insights into how the 44th President of the United States wanted to re-shape government communications.
Coming up on the show:
Why digital has disrupted everything we once knew about communications
The death of the press release or is it?
How to develop a digital communications plan for open and transparent public service delivery
I speak to Tom Cochran who tells us what we can learn from President Obama’s administration as his former Chief Digital Officer
Read my article published in Open Access Government in the UK
So stay tuned!
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