Using ALBR in the Public Sector

It doesn’t matter if we are talking about the federal government or the town council of Anna Maria, Florida (population 1,549). Everyone will agree that our current level of governance leaves a lot to be desired.*

It would seem the Act. Learn. Build. Repeat. model could be of service, if we are hoping for new approaches to improve things.

However, using the ALBR method when working with government brings the same sorts of challenges as applying it within your local school system. Budgets are tight. And the people in charge are, as a rule, not the most creative types. (In large part, that is not their fault. Governing by consensus means—almost by definition—that radical departures from the norm are going ...

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