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 …
The recent Transforming Together conference was a fantastic day which brought together people from across Government. Have a look at the video of the day and read more about what came out of the event.
The DVLA is transforming its technology services and - more importantly - how people can interact with government. Their CTO, Dave Perry, shares more about their journey.
The Transformation Peer Group recently researched the value of prioritising focus on an organisation’s people and its culture. We found some important lessons and some great, innovative examples of getting this right which any team can adopt.
When the Home Office wanted to find out how their transformation was going, the team used the 7 Lenses of Transformation to take an innovative approach and created a tool every department can use.
The next Transforming Together event will be on 25 September in Cardiff. Your hosts share what you can expect on the day and what to do if you want to attend.
The 7 Lenses of Transformation has created a common language and way to assess a department's journey. Find out more about how people are using it and how it can help you.
Hi, I'm Cheryl Stevens, Deputy Director, Digital Design at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). I’ve been a keen participant in all the Transforming Together events so far because in DWP, we’ve already been working closely with other government …
More than 100 people from the cross-government transformation community met in Edinburgh for the latest Transforming Together event, hosted by the Scottish Government. The hosts Colin Cook (Digital Directorate, Scottish Government) and Lara Sampson (Universal Credit, DWP) welcomed colleagues from …
Transforming government is a challenge, it’s our challenge, and we must work together to make it happen. That was the theme of my talk at July’s Transforming Together conference in Scotland.
Hosted by the Scottish Government