It doesn’t take a genius to realise that, this note apart, the HelpGov blog hasn’t been updated since July 2015. The reasons are set out, obscurely, on the About page. I’m not likely to write many more, if any, new posts but will leave the blog on WordPress as long as they’re willing to tolerate it. Let’s say it’s a sort-of archive of the work issues that interested me for many years.
On the basis that popularity = interest, I include a list below of the ten most viewed posts/pages on the blog. Some were at the fringes of what HelpGov was originally meant to be about. The list is in order of popularity: the first post on the list had more views than the other nine combined, which may tell you something about my readers and the state of the UK civil service at the time the post was written.
Enjoy, and thanks for reading.
- The new Civil Service Competency Framework. I smell…
- Ten things PowerPoint presenters shouldn’t say – but do
- 101 uses…
- The jargon bin
- Government web sites can be bad for your health
- Civil Service reform
- The Singapore legal system and the strange case of Professor Tey Tsun Hang
- Lesser known heroes of improvement – No. 3 John Spedan Lewis
- Scottish independence referendum – some tendentious propaganda
- New York Public Library Rules OK…