Monthly Archives: April 2014

Searching for the signal of Open Standards amid the growing noise of Agile

I argue not that Agile is a ‘bad thing’; far from it.  Agile behaviours in general are an essential part of any software practice.  Rather, I contend that Agile is not the answer in itself: we absolutely need more focus … Continue reading

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Revolutionising Digital Public Service Delivery: A UK Government Perspective

Here’s a working paper written by Alan Brown of Surrey Business School, Jerry Fishenden of Bath Spa University, and myself.  it tries to provide an ‘easy read’ perspective on the past, current, and future picture in ‘government Digital’: IEEEComputer-egov-DigitalPublicServiceDelivery-FINAL2.2[1]

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Government Digital is in danger of losing its way

I attended a really energised round table media debate this morning hosted by Policy Exchange and EMC, looking at how technology can reinvent government.  Some great speakers addressed some very important issues, some of the themes being that we’re not … Continue reading

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