Category Archives: Software

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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Lean and Agile, can’t have one without the other?

I spent some time at the Government Digital Service last week and saw at first hand the race to launch the GOV.UK website on 17th October 2012. Much is talked about the value of using the Agile methodology to develop … Continue reading

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