Deep Sagar
Deep Sagar works to improve public services through non-executive work. Presently he is chair of LEASE, Flood Risk Management Wales and the Wales Audit Office (shadow board). His main background is in the private sector. He had senior management roles in multinationals like Coca-Cola and Unilever internationally.

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Can Private Sector Methods Work in the Public Sector?

(0) Comments | Posted 3 August 2013 | (09:44)

Many say the public sector is "unmanageable" by private-sector dictums because, first, "democratic accountability" requires working with transparency, and, second, "happiness or fairness" cannot be measured as simply as profit. Charitably, this accepts without analysis convenient arguments given by the ineffective part of the public-sector. Uncharitably, this is laziness disguised...

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Questions for Police Commissioners

(1) Comments | Posted 24 October 2012 | (21:42)

We will be electing new Police Commissioners next month. They have a unique opportunity to reduce crime. But that can only happen if simple questions on what crime is being committed, where it is being committed and by who are answered based on evidence. Otherwise real issues could be lost...

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