Re-Imagining Government: Part 1: Governments Overwhelmed and in Disrepute

June 14, 2018|
Re-Imagining Government: Part 1: Governments Overwhelmed and in Disrepute by Christopher Wilson

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Despite the many cultural and technological evolutions that have taken place in society over the last 150 years, our systems of institutional governance have failed to keep up. As a result, governments no longer have the full knowledge, resources or power they need to produce the results desired by their citizens. Everywhere we see a continual decline of public confidence in the ability of governments to be effective, ethical or even believable.

This lack of confidence has generated both the current populist backlash and

the creation of technological alternatives to government as providers of social

coordination. Without significant reimagination, future governments are likely to be even less useful or friendly than they are today.

This book takes the first step in re-imagining government: it explores the

nature of the current and emerging challenges facing governments, in order to discover what it is our governments should be doing to keep pace with change and to build the needed capacities to remain effective and legitimate sources of social coordination.

Title:Re-Imagining Government: Part 1: Governments Overwhelmed and in Disrepute
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:June 14, 2018
Publisher:Tellwell Publishing
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781773706986

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