Bureaucracy, targets and pseudo-surveys

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Mark Fisher picks up some fairly grim examples of bureaucratic bullying in the public sector and the abuse of targets and surveys. Just reading the absurd form-filling required if a student arrives late to a lecture makes me want to weep.

And it’s good to this example of Sussex students boycotting the National Student Survey as a sop to genuine consultation and a trojan horse to justify cuts. Far too much money gets wasted on this kind of shallow quantitative research.

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