Our societies, institutions and social fabric are currently in the early stages of a new technological revolution - the Digital Civil Revolution.
The new direct media channel is one of self-production: of, by and for citizens. It allows citizens to publicly share and support ideas. It is visible, shareable, and easily cited on other media channels as well as during public debates on formal government decisions such as laws, policies and appointments. This enables it to generate great influence.
Public sector officials will need to innovate and realise the creative means, new channels and working methods necessary to manage this disruption.