Picture of Hong Kong from The Economist
Is the woeful level of analysis of research studies a sign of the pressure on existing media services to push out more news with fewer resources?
Here’s another one. [Disclosure: Melbourne, long tagged "one of the world's most livable cities" is my home town].
Read the whole post –> Fixing the race – Sydney “world’s fifth most liveable city”
As an evaluator, or even as an interested member of the public, what very basic fundamental information would you expect to see in a newspaper article that kicked off like this? Chiefs get good marks even if departments don’t Public sector leaders are mostly embracing challenges thrown to them by the Government, though at least one is “lost at sea”, a report says. The Trans Tasman Media report, which ranks government agencies and bosses, has found that chief executives are generally performing better than their departments.
Read the whole post –> More utterly uncritical media reporting of evaluation