The 'Yes Minister' archives feature many a 'tap on the shoulder' public appointment, but in real life those days are gone. In the past seven years, Baroness Rennie Fritchie has t in plac a transparent, rigorous and open framework for public appointments. She stands down fromher own pulic role at the end of 2005 but will continue exercising her passion for education and thirst for learning in the Lords as a new 'people's peer'. In conversation with Dr Lesly Huxley she sets out a compelling case for making a difference through public appointments.
|Translated title of the contribution||Tapping into a Wider Pool of Talent|
|Pages (from-to)||10 - 11|
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||ENGAGE: The magazine of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education|
|Volume||Issue Four: Q42005|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|