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  • The problem with leadership

    Leadership, as we know it, is not working. FRSAs Juliette Summers and Brian Howieson argue that the experience of organisations like Wikipedia provide some lessons about how to reconnect organisations to the public good.

  • Public spaces that love people

    Jenny Brotchie argues that the evidence for the positive impact of a high quality built environment on our wellbeing is clear and that people and good design must be central to regeneration efforts.

  • Weathering the Storm: What can we learn from small countries?

    In the past few years, the term ‘a perfect storm’ has been employed to describe the twin challenges of relentless growth in demand for public services at a time of flat or reducing government budgets.

  • Can more Fellows drive ambition?

    The CBI has underlined the need for business to become more involved in education. Peter Jordon FRSA argues that the Driving Ambition initiative does just that.

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RSA Animate – Re-Imagining Work

How can we get people more engaged, more productive, and happier at work? Is technology part of the problem – and could it also be part of the solution? Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft, imagines what might be possible if more organisations embraced the full, empowering potential of technology and encouraged a truly open, collaborative and flexible working culture. Taken from a talk given by Dave Coplin as part of the RSA’s free public events programme.

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