The other evening, I was watching the USA Democratic primary debate in Detroit, Michigan. Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled it out over questions focused on a selection of themes that have come to define the contest, such as the economy, education and inequality.
Fat-cats or paper-pushers – why do perceptions hinder cross-sector governance thinking?
The public sector is bloated, slow and unresponsive. The private sector is dynamic but ruthless and motivated by greed. Or so the story goes.