TweetKeith Jones joins again as we explore how politicians and stakeholders can set up a process which achieves the right thing for the greater good, rather than enable the dysfunction for lack of backbone.
TweetThe continuing theme is recipes and how crucial it is that ALL the ingredients are present and of quality. Keith Jones consults across our wonderful country helping communities gather the ingredients to reach their goals.
TweetIf we can agree that people like to hang with like-minded people, it is understandable why most cities have areas where tenters congregate. Location, location, location.
TweetIt is o.k. and probably healthy to be frustrated or angry with our community’s challenges and the way they are being handled. Hate is not going to solve the problems but it seems to be the one thing that is flourishing these days. Debate.
TweetWho better to discuss the rise and fall of civilisation as we know it than a local baker who saw a new way to make bread products?
TweetCommunications expert Avi Lambert joins the gang to chat about how to get human beings to work together, rather than disrupting the process because they can. The Mayor gets feisty.
TweetRev Al has been working with homeless issues for 30 years in Victoria and the issues have evolved over time. There are many pieces of this complex puzzle and a certain level of sophistication is needed to complete said puzzle. Does our council, or any council for that matter, have the skills to deal with these issues? Listen and see what we think.
Is collaboration about parties working together or doing each other a favour? Is there a difference? Society seems to think negotiating is about getting your own way rather than getting to the best outcome. Discuss.
TweetWhy is it normal people seem to polarize issues rather than work to an acceptable spot where everyone gets to win? For all the kumbaya that is preached, we seem to be at war on so many fronts. Our city’s success is not guaranteed.
TweetYYJ is going after specific travellers with money in their pockets and adventure in their hearts. Oh, and we are trying to become home port for the cruise ships too—maybe then the Gondola won’t be considered open game for April Fools’ gags.