In his latest blog, Matthew considers a new government policy requiring pupils who fail their SATS to re-sit them in the first year of secondary school.
Social Democrat parties appear to be in decline across Europe. The change they need may not be in values, policies or presentation but in their very character as organisations
In his latest blog, Matthew discusses the absence of a 'future narrative' from this year's General Election campaign.
In his latest blog, Matthew describes how we need the 'wisdom of Janus' to understand and improve the human condition.
It is interesting that my supermarket is keen to tell me my milk comes from happy cows and my eggs from happy chickens ... Matthew discusses the relationship between producing and consuming.
In the first of a series of blog posts, Matthew writes about efficacy and leadership.
In his blog today, Matthew explores the lessons from the RSA's attempt to develop a 'cultural contract'.
Matthew looks forward to Martha Lane Fox's Dimbleby Lecture as the debate and about public interest and the internet continues to grow.
As the election draws near, outside the realm of conventional political news, it seems a more substantive debate is emerging about our economic future.
In the world of public service reform, there seems to be a cultural divide between the network innovators and the hierarchical managerialists.