London’s self-improvement board (SIB) is trying to help the capital’s local authorities get better through collaboration.
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Effective handling of technological innovation will depend fundamentally on a strong ethical base with meaningful collaboration and communication, writes Socitm’s president.
A ‘smart city’ means different things to different people around the world.
Changing systems to address the needs first requires asking the right questions of the right people, not top-down ‘service improvement’ within outdated contstraints.
The market mindset took us a long way. But it’s time to move on.
Positive interventions for training employed adults must be at the heart of UK economic renewal.
Artifi cial intelligence and human insight can combine to solve major problems but good governance and accountability are essential.
Colleagues are wrong if they think there will be little or no ramifications for other directorates.
I cannot think of another time in my life when a single issue has so debilitated policymaking.
The demise of Portsmouth City Council’s Victory Energy in August has led some sceptics to conclude that the public energy movement is living on borrowed time.