Natasha Veenendaal, Executive Briefing Programme Manager, Eduserv
Shared services are becoming more common across the public sector. It is unlikely that local authorities can function in the future unless they work more collaboratively with their neighbouring service providers.
HR teams need support to understand digital Subscription
The word ‘digital’ can be unhelpful or even misleading if it is not explained carefully. It is a widely used but often a poorly defined term.
The majority of local government HR leaders say poor digital literacy among frontline workers is holding back change projects, according to new research.
In an interview published in ITPRO last week, Ed Garcez, chief digital and information officer at Camden, Haringey and Islington LBCs – and friend of the Executive Briefing Programme – talked about shared learning, bringing new talent to the public sector and using data better.
The human element of digitalSubscription
‘Digital’ is becoming a catch-all word for a raft of changes.
The growing pains of public sector ITSubscription
I recently facilitated a roundtable discussion for the Local Government Executive Briefing Programme, hosted by Hackney LBC with ten local authorities represented.
When reading about a celebrity marriage that includes a pre-nup to protect the parties’ assets, one gets the impression of a relationship that is not built on trust. Surely if they were really committed they would not need to have an exit plan?
I am new to working with local government, having spent the last few years working with developers, start-ups, incubation labs; anyone using tech to transform the way we live and do business.