Audio recording of event on 9 May 2013
Public services in Scotland face great challenges, including spending cuts, huge cost pressures from an ageing population,and the mixed picture on performance and quality.
Robert Black was the first Auditor General for Scotland, is also former Head of Audit Scotland. Here he discusses how smaller countries may be better placed to build the transformational changes needed.
This was a joint event organised by the National Library of Scotland and RSA Fellows' Public Services Reform (Scotland) Network.
Recording © National Library of Scotland.
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