Policy that “lands right first time” may be a noble ambition but it’s a lousy strategy

In this excellent post, Darius Pocha makes a compelling case for a more agile approach to policy making. '...government is often backed into an entrenched position because ministers are advised — or incentivised — to rush to a solution rather than asking a better question. Why? Because it looks more like progress. So we dive for big ideas and... Continue Reading →

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