Posts Tagged: institutional

Can e-Gov be a treatment for Institutional Bigotry?

Changing from country to country as of being directly linked on the culture of the society and doing business, we suffer a lot from the illness that can be defined as Institutional Bigotry. Government institutions hesitate to adopt a new business way or even to work in a new business with another gov institution. And… Read more »

Forget the People, I’m Talking to the Building! — Who is the Voice in an Institutional Blog?

Back in grade school, one of the lessons was that “according to the White House” didn’t really mean that the White House was talking, it meant that someone who represented the White House was talking. OK. We were children, and we were being taught the nuances of the language. But, sometimes it seems as if… Read more »