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Ruth Cuadra

Top 5 Goals for Open Government in 2014 - 0 views

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    Improve the procurement process Increase transparency Encourage citizen engagement Use government data for social good Don't overreach Lofty goals for government, but what if museums were to try to achieve the same or similar goals?
Ruth Cuadra

The Museum of Future Government Services - 0 views

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    Government bring the future to its citizens and the world.  What do you think?
Ruth Cuadra

Five Years After Pioneering It in North America, Chicago Might Take Participatory Budgeting Citywide - 0 views

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    Participatory budgeting -- part of the Open Government trend
Ruth Cuadra

U.S. could save millions by changing font type, teen finds - 0 views

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    This person was thinking way outside the box! If the U.S. government stopped using Times New Roman and Century Gothic and switched to Garamond...
Ruth Cuadra

Turning Floodwater into Drinking Water - 0 views

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    A Thai government agency has developed a mobile unit called SOS that can purify contaminated water in the aftermath of a flood.
Johanna Fassbender

Seoul government's giant ear sculpture actually listens to the public's opinion | Springwise - 1 views

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    a fun idea for exhibit feedback?
Ruth Cuadra

California College of the Arts Launches Two New MBA Programs: MBA in Strategic Foresight and MBA in Public Policy Design | Business Wire | Rock Hill Herald Online - 1 views

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    MBA in Strategic Foresight is designed to develop leaders who can inspire companies, NGOs, and governments to imagine better futures. Students also learn to manage the processes of creating and implementing new business models and strategies in order to make those futures real.
Ruth Cuadra

The Urban Reordering: Can the United States Make it Stick? - 0 views

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    The repopulating of urban areas is certainly a trend that will affect museums.  But do you agree that the government should end the mortgage interest deduction because focus is shifting from suburbs to cities?  Don't people who buy condos in cities benefit from the same deduction as those buying houses in the suburbs?
Lisa Eriksen

German Employees Help Define Company's Board of Directors | IdeaFeed | Big Think - 0 views

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    Could you imagine museum workers electing 1/2 of the board?
Lisa Eriksen

Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong | Video on TED.com - 2 views

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    Great talk.  So much of what we have been reading about and discussing over the years in one presentation. I particularly support his points on staff compensation and risk taking.
Megan Conn

'Six Californias' plan difficult but doable, assessment shows - Washington Times - 0 views

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    I seem to remember this as a scenario at one of our Leaders of the Future workshops...
Ruth Cuadra

Pop_up Planning: New Methods for Transforming the Public Process - 0 views

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    I live just a few miles from where the Pop-UP MANGo happened. I can tell you that while the community-participation aspect of this kind of "planning" is terrrific, it undermines overall city planning in terms of space use, traffic mitigation, and access. What's the proper balance?
Ruth Cuadra

US Postal Service's official online store is on eBay - 0 views

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    Is this future of quasi-govenment enterprise?
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