Why organisations need to engage with the government

The election that will be held before 11 May 2010 casts its shadow across every aspect of politics and is changing the rules of engagement with government. Nonetheless, it will continue to be possible to influence government decisions. This Criticaleye Discussion Group, chaired by George Hutchinson of Burson Marsteller, looked at the best ways of engaging with government – both before and after the election.




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