Category Archives: digital

Impressing the Victorians and how the modern desktop doesn’t work

Is our computer desktop fit for purpose? A simple question, but one in an agile working world which is increasingly important. My short answer to the question though is ‘no’, it actively hinders things, reinforcing the workplace behaviours and cultures … Continue reading

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Digital isn’t E Gov in better clothes

I read a couple of blogs yesterday that prodded me into blogging action (it’s been a while). Mark Thompson wrote (here), in response to Andrea Di Maios Gartner post (here) saying that digital government is just making E government work. … Continue reading

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Creating digital services. A jump not a journey

Perhaps a little naively I have spent most of my adult life trying to find the perfect productivity system. I have read various books on the subject and keep challenging myself to get more out of the 24 hour day. … Continue reading

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How digital can boost the economy

Having systematically created a substantial digital footprint I have been brought up short this week whilst buying a house. For those of you who haven’t bought a house in a while little has changed since, well, ever. It is still … Continue reading

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