“Our public services are changing fast. And the best providers and commissioners of services are responding to spending constraints not by curbing innovation, but by accelerating it. From the top of the civil service down to local community groups, austerity is being met head on with fresh thinking, creative planning and flexible service delivery.” Guardian [...]
Why Australia, you ask? That’s a very long way away from FutureGov’s main base in London isn’t it? Well yes you’re right. But thanks to the wonders of the web and actual real life travel we’ve been working more closely with colleagues down under for some time and I felt it was about time I [...]
Earlier this year the team behind TEDxLondonBusinessSchool asked if I would be interested in speaking at their event in May
Photo: gavjof Well it’s not like you didn’t see that one coming now is it? Three years ago this month, after a good few years in local government at Barnet Council in London, I set up FutureGov. It wasn’t really a thing as such. It was me and a name (I gave it a name [...]
Bit of an odd post this from me really, but given I don’t have a personal blog (and really what’s the difference between personal and professional with me anyway?!) I thought I’d post it here. It is also a little odd as it’s pretty much content free, more a thought as I sit and have [...]
A couple of weeks ago I agreed to take part in the Parity Podcasts series, aimed at interviews with technical and business people working in the area of Collaborative Information Management and Web 2.0. In the podcasts the people share their knowledge and experiences of developing and deploying systems and solutions.