Funny enough your blog post has the same blurry, diplomacy-like language that official institutions use when they formulate policy goals like the 2020 agenda.Your post is neither concrete nor radical and so it didn't make me interested in reading your proposals.I suppose that is the problem working for large organisations...
The 2020 agenda sounds more like managing downturn to me. The concept of scarcity or resources, limitations of growth is a fundamental premise, so they look for efficiency gains, labour market flexibility. Among the proposals is the European digital agenda.
@Julien That's disappointing to read but all i can ask is "don't judge a book by its cover".
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