Monthly Archives: June 2019

The Public Sector Information Management Assessment Model supports continuous development

The importance of knowledge management has been widely recognised in the public sector and there are many benefits to development. However, there is no one right way to implement it, and in practice, knowledge management is, in many respects, a difficult concept. We participated in a research project led by Nordic Healthcare Group Oy (NHG), … Continue reading The Public Sector Information Management Assessment Model supports continuous development

Invitation to discuss ‘the good life’ in shrinking areas and their communities

Population projections look tough. Only three Finnish urban areas are projected to grow up to 2040. What then should be the focus of regional planning practice and policy? What is the meaning of ‘the good life’ in shrinking areas? If ’Plan A’ has failed, what are the regions’ own alternative strategies, what are their ’Plan … Continue reading Invitation to discuss ‘the good life’ in shrinking areas and their communities