Hats off to Dudley Council’s new Chief Executive, Sarah Norman. At 8.35am on her first day in the job last Monday she tweeted:
The twitter account @SarahNormanCX is a brand new one, and I am loving the commitment being made to using it. The Chief Executive of Dudley Council has been regularly sharing updates from her day, asking questions and retweeting other council and partner organisation accounts . (You have no idea how deliriously happy it makes me to have just typed that last sentence.)
This is spurring me in to action. I’ve already renewed my commitment to posting here, and have some great things lined up to share about #digitaldudley. And thanks to Sarah Norman I’m going to get something added to this site which I planned from the very beginning: a handy list of people who live, work and/or volunteer in Dudley borough and who use twitter and you would recommend conversation with.
So my questions to you are:
- Who should our tweeting council Chief Exec be following and having conversation with and why?
- Who should anyone new to twitter and interested in community, businesses and/or services in Dudley borough follow and have conversations with and why?
- What shall we call the handy list? (I’ll make a new page. All I’ve come up with so far is Twitter Talk.)