“Just try to be ‘more like Salvo Montalbano’, I know I am. Caio” – @whatsthepont

Source: Chris Bolton, Good Practice Manager at Welsh Audit Office @whatsthepont

For those of you who had the pleasure of hearing Chris speak at our IRO Conference yesterday, here’s his latest piece which you do need to read in full.

Chris makes the point:

#7 Satisfaction of Search Bias.  This one is my suggestion. I’m going to stay neutral here and offer it as something that Inspectors should be aware of, and the ‘Inspected’ should not be trying to exploit – you are only cheating yourself in the long run (said sincerely and as un-self-righteously as possible).

Read full piece by Chris at source and do follow for a series of great short reads: here

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2 comments on ““Just try to be ‘more like Salvo Montalbano’, I know I am. Caio” – @whatsthepont

  1. Is this article a suggestion that a distraction technique should be used to interfere with legal inspections such as by Ofsted??


    • No, definitely not – please read the full piece. This was posted in the context of an IRO Conference that Chris spoke at but I will update the page as can see the point of posting it is misleading for anyone who does not read the full piece and in context. Will remove for now and repost once updated. Thank you.


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