Whether you are posting a link to a press release or sharing a photo from a recent ribbon-cutting, make sure you take context into consideration.
Posts Tagged: government and social media
There is some controversy over this ”digitalization” of diplomacy and the exposure of public leaders on Twitter. But regardless of the critics and Twitter public users, it is a fact that social media and, in this case, Twitter, profoundly impacted our lives and how we relate to the public sector.
Most public organizations don’t have a lot of money to dedicate to social media. So, what are your options?
I’m going to keep this quite short considering this is post about obedience, public sector managers, the nature of evil and social media. I’m going to argue how findings of a few psychological studies suggest the modern communications person needs to be more in touch with ‘the people’ avoid being complicit in evil acts. ARead… Read more »
Originally posted at the GenerationShift blog. In preparation for a workshop that Ari Herzog and I will be facilitating on March 26 at the Advanced Learning Institute’s Social Media for Government Conference, I spent some time this afternoon reviewing a report by Darrell West of the Brookings Institution called “State and Federal Electronic Government inRead… Read more »