Executive Briefing:
a systematic approach to managing dynamic policy

Government policy is not always the result of long-considered, carefully deliberated and debated reasoning. Very often unforeseen events dictate a need for policy to be rapidly revised, or created from scratch.

This briefing uses a hypothetical situation (popular protests against a Government policy) to illustrate how a Systems approach might facilitate agile and dynamic policy development, by providing ways of dealing with emergent information systems.

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