SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

Listen, evidence-based formulation, communicate, implement with excellence, reflect

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Prof Thomas Picketty's work on voter alignment demonstrates the continued fragmentation and movement of voter support between Australian political parties. (Report by Troy Bramston, The Australian 19/6/21)  

This unravelling of the bases of the 2 main parties, Labor and LNP, was all too predictable as they have both become so inward focused and have lost touch with their primary role in implementing ‘common good’ outcomes that the broad community can support.  

A great opportunity exists for the party who re-connects across the electorate through broad-scale active listening, evidence-based policy formulation and communication, and then action,  focused on faultless implementation.

What do you think?

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Lynn Wood @ 2021.06.19 6:17 AM
Excellent point! I wish for example that they would listen to people who want to come to or leave Australia and identify ideas that could help. Some ideas could be piloted. Faultless implementation is much easier when ideas have been piloted. 


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