Government Digital Service (GDS) have recently announced they are looking at GOV.UK accounts. In this post, Kyle shares some concerns he has about the use of accounts from a user perspective.
At the beginning of September, a new cohort of 12 Academy Engineers joined our team! This month, we spoke with them about their backgrounds and the experiences they have had during their first week in the programme.
What strategy is best for your organisation to take for modernising legacy applications? In this post, we introduce 3 strategies, their benefits, and issues you may encounter.
This month we had our second interview in our Made Tech team interview series with our Market Principal Tom Taylor to better understand his role and to feature the great work he has been doing.
Continuing his series on data-driven organisations, our Senior Engineer John Nicholas dives deeper into the problem of data and the importance of identifying the distinction between ‘data-driven organisations’ and ‘informed learning organisations’.
We spoke to Ian Roddis, Deputy Chief Digital and Information Officer, and Anna Awoliyi, Chief Allied Health Information Officer for Kettering General Hospital about how we collaboratively worked with ward staff and patients to iteratively improve the NHS Book a virtual visit service based on user research.
How do you know if your team is high performing? In this post, Andreas describes a series of indicators that you can use to see if a team that you manage, or are part of, are ‘high performing’, the reasons we encourage particular team behaviours, and what we can do to move a team towards becoming ‘high performing’.
Rich discusses the problems that can arise when companies hire specialists and how to refocus a team to start delivering outcomes. Multidisciplinary teams allow you to focus on what outcomes you’re delivering and enable the team to share the responsibility of all aspects of delivery.
This month we had our first interview in our Made Tech team interview series with our Lead Engineer Charlene Hunter to better understand her role and to feature the great work she has been doing.
I’m really pleased to announce the launch of our latest book, Modernising legacy applications in the public sector. We have written the book to share our experience of successful legacy application transformations with technology leaders working across the UK public sector.