Strategic Reading (a name so boring that it must surely be unforgettable) is a blog of links to things worth reading (or sometimes watching or listening to). It’s likely to be most relevant to people thinking about the medium term future, particularly in large organisations, particularly in government or other public services – with topics including the future of work, the implications of large scale automation, service design, and the nature of strategic thinking itself – and with occasional digressions in other directions, just because they look interesting. It is curated by Stefan Czerniawski who spent thirty years in UK central government and now works in the wider public sector. Neither the selection of material nor the commentary on it in any way represents the position of past and present employers. Links are an indication of interest, not of endorsement.

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