Tag Archives: Government policy

Superannuation and dog racing: Policy back-flip or ‘responding to stakeholders’?

One of the challenges for policy makers and managers everywhere is how best to communicate a major change of mind. Will it be negatively perceived as a back-flip by a weak leader, or recognised as a positive outcome resulting from flexible … Continue reading

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What happens when your issue spokesperson “goes rogue”

Using a respected third party to help communicate an issue is as old as issue management itself. But it can always go very wrong, as the Australian Government has just discovered. Presumably the Federal Government thought it “seemed like a good … Continue reading

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