"Morning cuppa has to be Grande/Tall/X-Large Cappuccino "Make it Strong!".
Later in the day Espresso.
Unfortunately living in a coffee backwater the commercial suppliers of coffee are adequate. Best in Australia then head to Melbourne!"
"My view is to "be the best, you must beat the best", it should be against every fibre in your competitive make-up to deliberately go into a match to lose. On this basis I feel the actions by the competitors was misguided and…"
"Hey Andrew, an interesting analogy! Here is Oz it may be even stronger as media are baying for blood over lack of return for investment of public monies, something that is always at the forefront of the public official.
I think a key one is…"
"Ahhh, the sound of the customer perspective. Great message that I would hope all involved in the areas of communiation and engagement are familiar. Another common phrase in Aus is that those wilthout can access it through our public…"
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I'm contacting Australians on Govloop to invite them to join OZloop. I founded OZloop a short while ago after looking at Govloop and because it struck me that there is a case for setting up a network that is uniquely Australian and, of course, linking to Govloop. The situation is patchy in Australia so I figure this is one way to get things moving.
What I am focussing on now is building up membership to get the conversations moving. So join us if you wish and spread the word. You might also want to check out our submission to the Public Sector Reform Group.