Saturday, 19 June 2010

Developing Harmonious Policies

In furtherance of Cameron's "Big Society" (meaning yet to be precisely defined), I have developed (with the kind help of my brother) a preliminary blueprint for policy development in Britain.

The axis illustrates the time/resources and time pressures inherent to any extraneous and inernal policy environments. In these circumstances, policy makers should strive to achieve harmony in policy development that encompasses a balance between the State, the private sector and civil society. More than a mere equilibirum must be achieved. The real goal must be "harmony" - not only amongst these three branches of society, but also in a way that is compatible with Nature. This would maximize chances to generate societal value that engages all sectors of the socio-economic paradigm without compromising the well-being of our environment.

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