The mechanical language of transformation can make us lose sight of what we are really dealing with: people. Ahead of the Transforming Together event on the 13th November, DWP Behavioural Science share how empathy, curiosity and open-mindedness lead to better …
We are looking forward to our 9th Transforming Together event. Whether you’ve been to a previous community event or this is your first, we look forward to welcoming you to take part on the day.
We are excited to share that we are busy working together to deliver our next Transforming Together event. This will be our 9th Transforming Together and will take place on 13th November at Canary Wharf, London.
The 7 Lenses of Transformation were published one year ago. Find out more about how they have been used by tens of thousands of people over the last 12 months, across the UK and abroad.
Giving your work a low score on a maturity matrix can feel like a negative move. In this post, we share 3 reasons why "being a 1" is a good thing.
"What if we removed all the rules?" - not a normal question that the Independent Office for Police Conduct ask. But when they started their business transformation, they thought about this question when setting up a network of rebels to help them deliver.
The Crown Commercial Service is starting an organisation-wide transformation, and they started with their vision. In this post, they share their current vision picture and six key things they learned along the way.
Looking at the big picture is always powerful. Learn more about how one of the cross-government transformation team did this for her work, and see the picture that is now helping the whole team.
The 7 Lenses Maturity Matrix has been used across government to help people assess their transformations and develop plans for next steps. There is a lot of good practice to learn from - have a look at this blog to find out more.
The panel from Transforming Together in Cardiff were not able to answer all of your questions on the day. Read more about what they have to say on the remaining topics: transformation and the citizen; unity, collaboration, and sharing; and, planning, innovating, and failing.
The reform of the courts and tribunals service is one of the largest and most ambitious programmes in government. Read more about what they have been delivering, the services that have gone live, and the lessons they learned over the last few years.