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Mark Randell

Mark Randell is the Principal of Human Sciences, a community development consultancy affiliated with the Centre for Organisational Research at the University of Western Australia. He was the chief architect and project manager for Fremantle City's system of participatory democracy. He is the founder of the CivicChat and CONSULT.GOV websites, designed for online government consultations.

Mr Randell was a Research Associate in the Faculty of Psychology at The University of Western Australia, and has taught Psychology at UWA. He has broad experience of the tertiary, government and commercial sectors. He spent six years with IBM Australia, and is a full member of the Community Development Society."

Author's website: Human Sciences


 
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